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“Just cause” helps deter employee-discharge suits

Most collective-bargaining agreements between employers and unions state that employees may be discharged only for "just cause.'' When a union employee is discharged, an arbitrator often is brought in to ask the employer a series of questions to determine just cause. A "no'' answer to any of the questions suggests that just cause may be ...
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