Allied Corporation (C): Specialty Chemicals Division: Icwu vs. Allied, Consensus and Cooperation

5 Pages Posted: 21 Oct 2008

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Alexander Horniman

University of Virginia - Darden School of Business

Jane Richtsmeier

affiliation not provided to SSRN

Abstract

The C case describes various results of the decisions made in response to the problems described in the B case (UVA-E-0038). Allied and union representatives agree on a framework for a future settlement, additional evidence regarding fluorocarbon-22 surfaces, and Allied settles the grievances filed by the female workers. The case provides an opportunity to reassess positions taken in discussions of the A (UVA-E-0037) and B cases and to propose guidelines on worker safety and equal employment for Allied.

Keywords: business/government relations, labor relations, legal issues, discrimination, diversity in the workplace, managerial ethics, diversity case, women in business, work-force management

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Horniman, Alexander and Richtsmeier, Jane, Allied Corporation (C): Specialty Chemicals Division: Icwu vs. Allied, Consensus and Cooperation. UVA-E-0039, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=908115

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