Public Employment Negotiation

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Public Employment Negotiation
The Pleasant Ridge Board of Education should ultimately go to arbitration if a settlement cannot be reached because, if they do not, the board must “ultimately approve the contract if arbitration is not used” (Pleasant Ridge Collective Bargaining Case 2). If the Pleasant Ridge Board of Education is unable to negotiate terms that are favorable to its position, its only opportunity to get some form of concession from the Pleasant Ridge Classroom Teachers Association would be to put forth a compelling case in arbitration. The board would have a hand in choosing the arbitrator(s), and would be able to put facts into evidence that the arbitrator(s) may find persuasive to its position. The board’s only alternative...
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