Arnold Marshall Zack arbitration papers, 1959-1976, bulk 1960-1972.

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Zack, Arnold. Arnold Marshall Zack arbitration papers, 1959-1976, bulk 1960-1972.

Arnold Marshall Zack arbitration papers, 1959-1976, bulk 1960-1972.

Consist of over one thousand arbitration awards, primarily in the utilities, rubber, leather, transportation, retail food, steel, publishing, and construction industries. Also public employment awards for educational, postal, fire and police agencies. Awards include Associated Grocers of New England vs. International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America (IBT)(1973, 1977) on issues of safety, absenteeism, work rules, work assignment, holidays, vacation, discipline, and dismissal; Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company vs. General Warehousemen's Union (IBT), Amalgamated Food Workers, and Bakery and Confectionery Workers International Union of America (1971-1973) on issues of employee theft, hours of work, and protective clothing; B.F. Goodrich Company vs. United Rubber, Cork, Linoleum and Plastic Workers (URW)(1968-1972) on issues of absenteeism, union activity, wage differential, production standards, fringe benefits, disability, suspension, overtime, reinstatement, funeral leave, pension, dismissal, scheduling, personal leave, preferential hiring, seniority, clothing allowance, violence, wage adjustments, workweek, medical benefits, negligence, insubordination, position classification, position description, work injury, workers' compensation, severance pay, and plant shutdown; and Baltimore County, Md. Board of Education vs. Teachers' Association of Baltimore (1971-1977) on issues of management rights, job evaluation, downgrading, substitution, staffing, transfer, job requirements, educational expenditures, collective negotiations, position description, personal leave, seniority, and job requirements. Other cases include Bangor and Aroostook Railroad Company vs. Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, and United Transportation Union (UTU)(1969-1973) on issues of work assignment, shift differential, violence, negligence, wages, overtime, hours of work, and "deadheading"; Boston and Maine Railway Corporation vs. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (1964-1968) on issues of labor dispute settlement and work assignment; British Overseas Airway Corporation vs. International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM)(1967-1974) on issues of promotion and overtime; and Canadian Pacific Railroad vs. United Transportation Union (1970) on issues of labor dispute settlements, hours of work, scheduling, union jurisdiction, management rights, and wages. Other cases include Falmouth, Mass. School Committee vs. Falmouth Educators' Association (1969-1973, 1975) on issues of work assignment, collective negotiations, wages and staffing; First National Stores vs. Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of America, and Foodstore and Allied Workers (1969-1973) on issues of work assignment, wages, dismissal, negligence, employee theft, store closing, and seniority; General Products Corporation vs. International Chemical Workers Union (1964-1969) on the issue of wages; General Tire and Rubber Company vs. URW (1961-1974) on issues of scheduling, work assignment, wages and disability insurance; John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company vs. Insurance Workers International Union (1970, 1976-1978) on issues of wildcat strike, job performance and management rights; and Jones and Lamson Machine Company vs. United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (1955-1964) on issues of corruption, staffing, and union activity. Other cases include Lakeland, N.Y. Board of Education vs. Lakeland Federation of Teachers (1969-1972) on issues of wages and job requirement; Leesona Corporation vs. IAM (1967-1974) on issues of non-union workers, work assignment, seniority, and security check; Long Island Railroad vs. UTU (1973-1974) on issues of grievance procedure, work assignment, insubordination, and discipline; Marine Colloids Company vs. United Cement, Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union (1968) on issues of overtime and alcoholism; Maine Central Railroad Company (Portland Terminal) vs. UTU and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (1973) on issues of seniority, tardiness, negligence, work assignment, dismissal, discipline, grievance procedure, and work rules; Massachusetts Institute of Technology vs. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Development and Technical Employees' Union, and Building Service Employees' International Union (1971-1976) on issues of absenteeism, work assignment, tardiness, seniority, layoff, and staffing; and Mobil Oil Corporation vs. Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers' International Union (OCAW)(1969-1973, 1978) on issues of shop steward and vacations. Other awards include Nanuet, N.Y. Public Schools vs. Nanuet Teachers' Association (1968-1970) on issues of health insurance and overtime; National Railroad Adjustment Board (Third Division) (1960-1964) on issues of wages, seniority, overtime, work assignment, non-union workers, job performance, fringe benefits and holidays; Northwest Orient Airlines vs. Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, International Air Line Pilots Association, and IBT (1971-1977) on issues of position classification, benefits, wages, discipline, work requirement, overtime, physical capacity, rest period, job performance, work assignment, travel allowance, staffing, seniority, residence requirement, tardiness, absenteeism, non-union workers, and "deadheading"; Sun Oil Company of Pennsylvania vs. OCAW (1974-1975) on issues of staffing, seniority, layoffs, protective clothing, and grievance procedures; Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority vs. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), and Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority Sergeants' and Lieutenants' Benevolent Association (1969, 1975) on issues of wages and union jurisdiction. Other awards include United States Postal Service (Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, New Hampshire, and Maine) vs. National Association of Letter Carriers and American Postal Workers Union (1975-1977) on issues of insubordination, collective agreement, violence, layoff, criminal record, alcohol abuse, job requirement, drug abuse, negligence, job performance, disability, employee theft, tardiness, dismissal, master agreement, absenteeism, and discipline; Weyerhaeuser Company (Paper Division) vs. International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite, and Paper Mill Workers and United Papermakers and Paperworkers (1970) on issues of hours of work, benefits, contracting out and scheduling; and Yale University vs. Federation of University Employees (1973-1977) on issues of overtime, contracting out, backpay, wages, and position classification. Numerous other case files on routine arbitrations included.

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