Commissioner of Conciliation

Conduct conferences of employer and employee representatives.

What does a Commissioner of Conciliation do?

Conducts conference of employer and employee representatives to analyze and resolve labor disputes, as directed by federal government: Contacts parties in labor controversy and arranges meeting. Compiles all information on disagreement and determines points at issue, according to knowledge of labor, business, and government responsibilities under law and precedent. Attempts reconciliation of opposing claims and demands by ascertaining and exposing facts, by suggesting concessions, or by proposing adoption of new procedures. Prepares reports of cases, findings, and recommendations for resolving issues.