California Arbitration Case Files Collection
documents various grievances and
contract violations between workers and employers that could not be settled during
collective bargaining negotiations or through regular internal grievance processes. In such
cases one or more area arbitrators were used to resolve the conflict. Documentation found
within the collection includes arbitration awards, decisions, dissenting opinions,
correspondence, exhibits, hearing proceedings, transcripts, notes, testimony, and
The Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE), formerly the Institute of
Industrial Relations, at the University of California, Berkeley, was founded in 1945 by
Clark Kerr, who later became Chancellor of UC Berkeley and President of the University of
California system. The IRLE focuses on research concerning employment and workplace
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The collection is open for research use.