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"Had the employer, concluding that (Derrig's) behavior was rapidly declining, meted out increasingly harsh penalties and warnings, (Derrig) may well have heeded those messages and changed his ways," Humphries wrote.
This is the only way to beat the unions in arbitration. You must dish out increasingly harsh punishments and document each incident. As far as "changing his ways", usually this doesn't happen. Once a documented trail of misbehavior and punishments is established, termination usually sticks. Unions are then not anxious to take it to arbitration, and if they do even the union backed arbitrators have a hard time reinstating the offender. The training referred to in the article should be for management.
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