This film illustrates the orderly processing of a grievance through several stages of negotiation between union and management, showing how the rights of a worker with a genuine grievance are protected under the union's contract. It follows the case of an auto-worker who was demoted for refusing to work inside a truck cab that he considered too hot. The union registers the case as a legitimate grievance; it passes through three stages of negotiation in the plant, and eventually reaches an impartial arbitrator for settlement.
1954, 29 min 53 s
Special Mention - Category: Non-theatrical short
April 1 1955, Toronto - Canada
Annual Robert J. Flaherty Film Awards (City College Institute of Film Techniques)
January 14 1955, New York - USA
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