Do Not Face Grievance Arbitration With A Labor Union Without Representation From Our Dallas Lawyers

Union members have a right to bring issues with your company to their labor union, which can bring it to you, as the employer, for resolution. You need to handle these situations carefully, but you do not have to let the union boss you around or threaten your business. Arbitration can settle many of these issues quickly and in a cost-effective manner.

Key Harrington Barnes PC handles employer-union relations for small and midsized companies all over Texas. We have more than 20 years of experience in helping employers manage a working relationship with labor unions while still keeping the company functioning smoothly. Let our Dallas attorneys represent you in grievance arbitration with your employees union representatives so you can ensure that it is not just the union that benefits.

Benefits Of Arbitration

Union members must go through their union as the sole and exclusive remedy for dealing with conflict between themselves and their employers. The union will decide which cases to bring to the company, either coming to a compromise everyone can agree on or forcing it to agree. Frequently, compromise is a better route to take as it is less expensive for everyone involved and can resolve the issue more expediently.

Our lawyers have represented many of our clients in union grievance arbitrations. We are actively involved in all aspects of the union relationship so we understand what is at stake for you, for the union and for your employee. Our firm has represented clients in grievance arbitrations involving these and other issues:

  • Seniority
  • Management rights
  • Work assignments
  • Job classifications
  • Work supervisors
  • Pay rates
  • Breaks
  • Vacations
  • Holidays

Keep More Control Of A Grievance Involving A Union Through Arbitration

Call our office at 214-615-7925 or contact us online to schedule your confidential consultation regarding union grievance arbitration. Our firm offers reasonable fees and retainers to help employers who cannot afford full-time in-house counsel.