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Like other hierarchical organizations, businesses require a chain of command if they are to operate efficiently. Generally speaking, when a supervisor issues an order, there is a legitimate expectation that it will be obeyed promptly. On the other hand, is it truly insubordination when an employee simply questions a directive or engages in discussion about how best to do the work?
In this 90-minute recorded webinar, attorney/arbitrator/mediator Jeffrey W. Jacobs provides a roadmap for investigating, building and presenting a case for insubordination whether you are on the employer side or union side. He further examines how arbitrators make determinations on these types of cases using actual case examples.
By listening to this presentation you will learn
- the two basic types of insubordination;
- the exceptions that exist to the “obey now, grieve later” rule;
- the difference between insubordination and a good faith disagreement;
- mitigating factors;
- how health and safety concerns affect insubordination;
- the protections afforded union stewards;
- the role of basic personal rights;
…and much more.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS PRESENTATION – Parties, advocates, arbitrators, academics, human resources and business professionals, or anyone interested in the grievance process.
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This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.
Launching the Course After Registration
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THIS COURSE IS COMPATIBLE WITH SAFARI.
CLE is currently not offered on AAA recorded webinars. Some jurisdictions will allow CLE credit for online programs, and we suggest that you confirm CLE credit availability for this type of program with the appropriate state CLE regulator. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided upon request.
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