In this Article, Professors Abrams and Nolan discuss the principles which should be used by labor arbitrators in resolving subcontracting grievances under collective bargaining agreements. These disputes involve the fundamental and conflicting interests of labor and management in job security and productive efficiency. The authors conclude that the arbitrator's primary responsibility is to carry out the intent of the parties as evidenced in the provisions of their agreement.
Subcontracting Disputes in labor arbitration: productive efficiency versus job securitySchool of Law Faculty Publications (1983)
Publication DateOctober 1, 1983
Citation InformationThe University of Toledo Law Review, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 7-34, Fall 1983.