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.
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