By B. Kaufman
Carrying on with to supply forward-thinking business family members learn, quantity eleven of "Advances in commercial and exertions kin" (AILR) good points reviews of EEOC and FMCS mediation methods and effectiveness; union organizing, political effectiveness and inner democracy; the results of broad-based inventory choice plans at the functionality of unionized and non-union businesses; and twenty first century clients for a brand new child increase iteration, employee-driven company governance, and international labour markets. those experiences provide numerous disciplinary views, study designs, and analytic equipment, but all of them comprise vital findings, a few quantitative and a few qualitative, in addition to conclusions approximately key elements of up to date business kinfolk.
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As indicated in Table 11, regardless of whether the participants obtained what they wanted from the mediation or not, they overwhelmingly indicated that they were willing to participate in the program again (if the need arises). This can be viewed as a very strong indication of their positive experiences with the EEOC mediation program. Table 11. Participants' Willingness to Participate in the EEOC Mediation Program in the Future. For those who knew what they wanted going into the mediation: Did you obtain what you wanted going into the mediation?
Willingness to return"). Ninety-one percent of the charging parties and 96% of the respondents indicated that they would be willing to use the program again. This is a highly significant finding that demonstrates from the participants' perspective the utility of mediation to effectively resolve EEOC cases. This finding also lends support to the policy recommendation that the program be supported and perhaps expanded. One could argue that the ultimate test of a system is the willingness of the parties who did not obtain what they wanted to use the system again.
12. Pub. L. C. Section 2000(e)-4(g) and 5. 13. Where an agency investigation finds a charge to have merit, the agency issues a Notice of Reasonable Cause that Title VII has been violated. Conciliation is offered after this determination has been made. 14. Lundberg, K. 0, Kennedy School of Government Case Program, Harvard College, (Spring 2000), p. 1, citing Priority Charge Handling Task Force/Litigation Task Force Report, EEOC, March 1998, p. 3. 15. Recent examples of EEOC pattern and practice cases include the Texaco and Mitsubishi cases that were settled for large sums of money.
Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations Volume 11 (Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations) (Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations) by B. Kaufman