A comprehensive guide for professionals on the arbitration of sex discrimination grievances.
Hauck's guide to the arbitration of sex discrimination grievances is authoritative, comprehensive, extremely detailed, and easy to use. It is a solid resource for the professional responsible for establishing guidelines for a company or organization. The author explains how arbitrators decide employment discrimination complaints. He blends law and arbitral thinking on an issue-by-issue basis and offers procedural recommendations for arbitration.
Understanding and effective resolution of sex discrimination grievances require the blending of two bodies of arbitral fundamentals: those associated with traditional grievances and those of a more specific nature involving discrimination. The discrimination fundamentals require additional specification due to the sensitivity of the issues and often traumatic situations of those involved. This book gives the professional the knowledge and legal strategies to deal with all aspects of such cases.