Fact-Finding in Collective Bargaining
This book examines the use of fact-finding in collective bargaining processes. It reviews some criticisms and benefits of using fact-finding in collective bargaining processes. Then, it reviews the many variations in the use of fact-finding in statutory collective bargaining processes in both the public and private sectors, including both state and federal legislation. The book provides an analysis of fact-finding and offers recommendations on its use to encourage voluntary settlements.