Horton automatics and the industrial division of the communications workers of america—the union that represented horton's worke
rs—negotiated a collective bargaining agreement. if an employee's discharge for a workplace-rule violation was submitted to arbitration, the agreement limited the arbitrator to determining whether the rule was reasonable and whether the employee had violated it. when horton discharged its employee, ruben de la garza, the union appealed to arbitration. the arbitrator found that de la garza had violated a reasonable safety rule, but "was not totally convinced" that horton should have treated the violation more seriously than other rule violations. the arbitrator ordered de la garza reinstated to his job. can a court set aside this order from the arbitrator?
Based on the scenario, an arbitration happens in the court
order if both parties has an agreement to a dispute and based on the scenario,
the arbitration occurred because of the reason that both parties have an
agreement in which is the collective bargaining agreement. The court will
likely set the arbitrator’s award due to the following reasons, if the award
had violated public policy, the arbitrator’s conduct prejudice the rights of
the other party and if the arbitrator has exceeded his or her powers and if the
arbitrator decided to do any of this, it is likely that the court will set
aside the arbitrator’s award.
Corporate policy is a set of procedures recommendations that is based on the analysis of internal and external factors that will benefit the organization to cope up with problems and avoid an adverse outcomes.
The reason is that the company wants to increase the productivity of its labor which will help them to control cost by encouraging its employee to exercise daily. This act was not oriented towards to benefit employee, it was purely for the increase in productivity. So this serious position on fitness is its part od corporate policy.
<em>The demand curve for the product of a firm in a competitive market is </em><em><u>Perfectly elastic</u></em><em>, and the demand curve for the product of a monopolist is </em><em><u>Downward sloping.</u></em>
The demand curve for products in a perfectly competitive market is a horizontal line indicating that it is perfectly elastic. The reason for this being that the demand curve is also the price that the market has decided to sell a product at and if any seller was to deviate from this price, their demand would drop.
In a Monopoly however, the demand curve to downward sloping to indicate that customers will demand more products if prices are lower. This is why monopolies usually have to reduce prices to make more revenue.