Write a research brief on the topic of arbitration cases

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Write a research brief on the topic of arbitration cases which answers the following questions (Please see attachment for questions,

1. Write a research brief on the topic of arbitration cases which answers the following questions: a. What factors, other than the facts of the case, can influence an arbitrator’s judgment and decision? Provide case examples that illustrate these factors. b. Do these factors pose a problem? Why or why not? What if anything should be done? c. Have these factors changed during the past 10 years? d. What advice would you give the managers and union representatives based on your research in preparing for an arbitration case? 2. Use appropriate section headings to organize your brief. 3. Your research brief should be 600-800 words and include a title page and reference page. The paper must use APA 6th edition formatting. You must use, at a minimum, your textbook and two sources from professional and/or peer reviewed journals for a total of three references. References should be at least 3-5 pages and published within the last 3-5 years.

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Arbitration Analysis
Factors that arbitrator considers
When an arbitrator is deciding on any given case, he or she might be influenced by facts
of the case, but in other cases, they are other factors that are involved in the decision-making
process. One of the factors that may influence the decision is the reasonable rules and orders. In
this case, the idea is based on determining whether unreasonable rules are employed by a
company. An example that can be used in the case is where a company is trying to manipulate its
employees in a scheme which might blackmail them (Elkouri, et al n.p.). The second cases are
here it is found that a company did not grant an employee fair investigation. The example in case
an employee even when wrong was not awarded the fair investigation, then an arbitrator will rule
on the side of the employee. Other factors that are considered include the proof. In any case, a
company must prove that what it is doing is supported by evidence. In case employees have been
accused of organizing illegal strike without critical evidence the arbitrator will rule on the side of
the employees (Elkouri, et al n.p.). The factor that might be considered is the equal treatment. In
any case, an arbitrator notices that one was not treated as equal to the others then in determining
the case he or she will end up siding with the individual who was treated unfairly or unequally.
How additional factors in arbitration creates problems

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The additional factors that the arbitrator may consider when making his or her
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