This course provides a thorough overview of the arbitration process from origination of disputes to review by the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA). Additionally, important elements of arbitration are addressed including arbitral authority, common jurisdictional issues, and the grounds on which a party may appeal to the FLRA for the review of an arbitration award.
Chapter 1: The Federal Arbitration Process
Chapter 2: Arbitrator Authority and Jurisdictional Issues
Chapter 3: Exceptions and FLRA Review
After completing this course, you'll be able to:
- Explain how parties select an arbitrator.
- List the basic requirements of hearings.
- Weigh and assess the evidence presented at a hearing.
- Determine which disputes are arbitral and which are excluded from the grievance procedure.
- Explain arbitrators' authority to fashion a remedy.
- Describe the time limits for filing exceptions and for enforcing awards.
- State the technical requirements for filing exceptions.
- Explain the differences between the various exception types.
- Complete the final course assessment with at least 80% mastery.
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