Collyer Doctrine

Definition of "Collyer Doctrine"
  1. A principle of labor law stating that the National Labor Relations Board will allow an issue presented to it to be handled through arbitration if the issue can be settled via the stipulations laid out in a collective bargaining agreement
How to use "Collyer Doctrine" in a sentence
  1. The company follows the Collyer Doctrine, allowing labor issues to be addressed via arbitration rather than being directly resolved by the National Labor Relations Board.
  2. The dispute between the employees and management was resolved according to the Collyer Doctrine, by deferring the issue to arbitration.
  3. As per the Collyer Doctrine, the National Labor Relations Board stepped aside to let the controversy be solved through arbitration under the collective bargaining agreement.

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