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Case 2: Fighting on the Employer’s Premises
As part of this arbitration process, Robert Brooks was terminated by his employer after
he was found guilty of fighting on the company’s premises, assaulting another employee, and
damaging company property. Fred Brooks and Harold Thomas, two of the company’s forklift
drivers, got into a fight in July 2002. Mr. Brooks was charged with assault because he was seen
holding a knife during the fight (Sloane and Witney, 2010). As a result, Mr. Brooks claims he
was unfairly fired. Back pay and seniority are among the benefits the employee seeks i…
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