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  295.160.  Appointment of representatives by board when not designated by parties. — 1.  In the event either management of the utility involved or the representatives of the employees for collective bargaining purposes shall fail or neglect to designate, as herein provided, such a person to represent it upon the panel or the two so designated shall fail to agree upon the third member of the panel, within ten days after the date fixed for the termination of such contract, agreement or understanding or upon failure to file such designations or any of them with the state board of mediation within said ten-day period, the state board of mediation shall appoint such person or persons, selecting in each case a person qualified by previous experience or employment to represent employers, employees or the public as the case may require.

  2.  Should both management and the representatives of the employees fail or neglect to designate representatives upon said panel within the time herein required, then the state board of mediation shall appoint a panel of three persons, to be selected as follows:  One to represent management of the utility, giving the management forty-eight hours to select its preference from a list of five persons submitted by the board to the management before designating such person; one to represent the employees involved, giving their representative forty-eight hours to select their preference from a list of five persons submitted by the board to such representative, before designating such person; and one to act as the impartial third person.  Failure on the part of either party to make such selection shall not prevent the board from appointing the members of the panel from the lists submitted.

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(L. 1947 V. I p. 358 § 18)


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