Teague P., Roche W., Currie D., & Gormeley, T. (2020). Alternative dispute resolution in Ireland and the US Model. ILR Review, 73(2), 345-365. The article examines whether organizations in Ireland are following their counterparts in the United States and adopting advanced conflict management innovations inspired by alternative dispute resolution. The focus is on organizations' general patterns to change conflict management practices and adopt an evolutionary approach to workplace conflict management.
Javits, J. M. (2017). Better process, better results: Integrating mediation and arbitration to resolve collective bargaining disputes. ABA Journal of Labor & Employment Law, 32(2), 167-187. The article focuses on the integration of mediation and arbitration for resolving collective bargaining disputes in the U.S. Topics discussed include use of mediation and arbitration as a hybrid dispute resolution process.
Dublin staffer sues Google on dismissal; Employee accused of sexual harassment takes High Court action, saying disciplinary process is 'unfair' for not allowing cross-examination. (2019). Sunday Times, 6. This article discusses the case of Google in Dublin, Ireland, firing one of its employees for "gross misconduct" after a co-worker's accusation of sexual harassment during a work trip to Las Vegas. The employee took high court action against the company in an allegation of a flawed internal disciplinary process.
Rahim M. A. (2017). Managing conflict in organizations. Routledge. Chapters 2 and 4 explore the literature on organizational conflict for a more theoretical understanding of its nature and implications. The criteria and strategies for conflict management at the individual, group, and intergroup levels. Recommendations related to organizational conflict falling within the ambit of conflict resolution, reduction, or minimization.
Zachary, M.K. (2018). The importance of disciplinary consistency. Supervision, 79(8), 19–24. This article discusses the significance of imposing disciplinary actions on managers and supervisors in the U.S. It also acts as an educational tool for employees and restraint engagement in similar behavior. Also mentioned are the federal and state employment discrimination laws based on race, color, and national origin.
Leonard, E. (2019). Progressive discipline the right way. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 59(2), 92-95. This article discusses approaches and offers tips to managers on enforcing personnel discipline. Any disciplinary action should begin with documentation. Ensuring the support of one's supervisor and human resources department for any progressive disciplinary action to be taken is also suggested.
Yonover, J. (2015). Understanding ADR. Cornell HR Review, 1–5. This essay concerns alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in the context of human resources management. It urges human resources professionals to determine the involvement of legal principles and the violation of fundamental rights.
American Arbitration Association. This is the official website of the American Arbitration Association. This is a not-for-profit International Centre for Dispute Resolution® (ICDR®) and one of the largest private global provider of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services in the world.