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Date:5/25/2011

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"In that format, you could have workers who coordinate days they don't show up to work," he said. "Another issue is grievance settlement through arbitration. The Wisconsin law, as I understand it, curbs arbitration substantially. Well, arbitration was put in place as substitute for interrupting work over a grievance. So if a worker was fired or disciplined and we thought it was unfair, back in the 1930s and earlier we would put down our tools and go out to the parking lot. We wouldn't fight, we would just say nothing's getting done until our colleague is treated fairly. That's the kind of system we would return to if unions disbanded." Ironically, the use of arbitration in lieu of striking came about through Republican-backed legislation.

"But in Wisconsin and Ohio, we've taken that model and turned it upside down," LeRoy said.

But for all the criticism it gets, LeRoy says that labor law has worked in terms of producing negotiated outcomes in the vast majority of disputes.

"Our experience over decades shows that parties resort to their economic weapons for owners, a lockout, and for workers, a strike in fewer than 2 percent of labor negotiations," he said.


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Contact: Phil Ciciora
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217-333-2177
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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