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(1) When any party to a labor controversy notifies the State Conciliation Service that a labor controversy exists or is imminent, the conciliator, if the conciliator determines that a labor controversy exists or is imminent, shall immediately set a time and place for a mediation session and invite the parties to attend to participate in mediation of their differences. The State Conciliation Service shall charge a fee in the amount described in ORS 240.610 (Mediation service fee) for each mediation session conducted under this section. Each party to the mediation shall pay one-half of the applicable fee.
(2) When it comes to the attention of the conciliator that a labor controversy exists or is imminent, the conciliator may offer mediation services if the conciliator deems it to be in the public interest.
(3) At the request of the Governor, the Employment Relations Board shall instruct the conciliator to investigate any existing or imminent labor dispute, or controversy in the public sector and report the facts of the dispute and the matters in issue to the Governor. [1957 c.122 §3; 1969 c.671 §14; 2011 c.593 §3]
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