Conciliation and arbitration schemes.
|dc.contributor.author||Local Authority and Health Services||*|
|dc.identifier.citation||Local Authority and Health Services. 1976. Conciliation and arbitration schemes. Dublin: Local Government Staff Negotiations Board.||en|
|dc.description||The following amendments having been agreed between the parties are appended to the scheme and form an integral part of same. (i) One workers' member and one employers' member of the Labour Court would sit on an arbitration board for a particular claim when either side of an arbitration board so requested. (ii) The findings of the board (whether unanimous or those of the Chairman) shall be based only on the statement of case, counterstatement, submissions at the hearings and the considerations discussed by the board, and the findings shall be made at a meeting of the board. (iii) Reports of all arbitration boards should contain a summary of the submissions made to the boards. (iv) Following publication of a report of an arbitration board, participants in other public service arbitration boards should have the statement of case and counterstatement available to them on request, subject to the consent of the sponsoring organisation in each case. (v) When Labour Court members are appointed to boards, informal meetings of each board should be held, before any claims are considered by the boards, to review the rules of procedure.||en|
|dc.publisher||Local Government Staff Negotiations Board.||en|
|dc.title||Conciliation and arbitration schemes.||en|