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Philip Tamoush has been arbitrating as his primary occupation, full-time since 1976. He is on the arbitration panels of several states, including California, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, as well as being named in the collective bargaining agreements of over 50 bargaining relationships in the public and private sectors. See his biographical sketch for more specifics. His experience prior to arbitration included six years at UCLA’s Institute of Industrial Relations, where he headed up the Management Labor Relations Training Programs. Before that he sent 10 years in various administrative and managerial positions with Los Angeles County government, including several years as Chief of Personnel, Training and Employee Relations for the Department of Public Social Services.

He arbitrates both ‘rights’ and ‘interests’ disputes in Nevada, California and elsewhere. He is a well-known impartial ‘factfinder’ in the California and Nevada public sectors. He co-authored the Guide for Factfinders published by the California Public Employment Relations Board, and has written a Monograph for California Public Employee Relations (CPER) Journal on the subject of Local Option in California Local Governments. His awards have been published in the BNA Labor Arbitration Awards, CCH Arbitration Awards, CPER, Labor Relations Press and other publications.

 

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