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Extent: 10.0 cubic feet
Arrangement: Alphabetically by employer; by arbitrator; no-raiding agreements and federal unit determinations
Date Acquired: 07/28/2009
Subjects: American Arbitration Association, American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Orgs (AFL-CIO), Arbitration, Argonne National Laboratory, Illinois Labor-Management Relations, Labor and Industrial Relations, Institute of, Labor History, Labor Law, Labor Relations, Labor Unions, Mediation, Steel Industry, United States Steel Company, War Labor Board
ILIR Library General Arbitrations File contains briefs, evidence, transcripts and findings from arbitrations of grievances between labor unions and employers, no-raiding agreements between labor unions and unit determination for the representation of federal employees.
Established in 1945,1 the Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations is responsible for fostering and coordinating education, extension, and research activities in labor and industrial relations, including advisory research and information services.2 In 1946, the name Institute for Labor Relations was changed to Institute for Labor and Industrial Relations.3 In 2008, the Institute was redesignated the School of Labor and Employment Relations.4 It offers graduate, professional and extension training for labor, management and civic groups.5 The Chicago Labor Education Program was established to help union leaders improve their leadership skills.6
This unit covers:
-Interdisciplinary Seminar on Economic Development and Comparative Research
-Chicago Labor Education Program (February 1965)
1. Labor and Industrial Relations Building Dedication, November 29, 1962, p. 15.
2. Board of Trustees Transactions, 43rd Report, March 9, 1946, p. 1031.
3. Board of Trustees Transactions, 43rd Report, May 29, 1946, p. 1112.
4. Agenda Item no. 14, Meeting of July 24, 2008, Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda Items, RS: 1/1/801
5. University of Illinois Catalog, 1946-47, p. 280.
6. Announcing Chicago Labor Education Program, p. 1.
American Arbitration Association
American Federation of Labor - Congress of Industrial Orgs (AFL-CIO)
Argonne National Laboratory
Illinois Labor-Management Relations
Labor and Industrial Relations, Institute of
United States Steel Company
War Labor Board
Acquisition Source: Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations Library
Most of the records are arranged alphabetically by arbitrator, and within those of a given arbitrator they are alphabetical by employer. R.W. Fleming (ILIR director 1952-1958 and Law professor 1957-65) was involved with most of the arbitrations in boxes 1-8.
The arbitrator of the dispute to which an item pertains appears in the finding aid as the creator of that item.