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Labor Management Relations
When: Mar 12, 2015 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
This workshop is designed for individuals in the human resource field who have responsibilities but have not received any formal training in Labor Management Relations. Whether you are in a union or non-union environment, you will benefit from the experience of a seasoned practitioner who has a wealth of experience in human resources, and labor management.
Topics included in this workshop:
- Employment at Will
- Employment Laws
- Why employees join unions
- Techniques that management uses to prevent unionization
- Birth of a union: Union organization and selection processing
- Contract administration
- Encouraging employee/union involvement in decision-making
- Problem-solving methods: grievances, arbitration, negotiation,and interest-based bargaining
- Role of the arbitrator
- Strikes, lockouts, slowdowns, picketing
- Basics of Labor Laws
You will learn how you can save money for your organization over time through attentive management practices, standardization, wise decision-making, and an ongoing communication policy.
What our participants said about this workshop:
"Beth is a great addition to these courses. Her demeanor and experience speak for itself."
"The labor negotiations role-play was great!"
Date/Time: Thursday, March 12, 2015 9:00AM - 4:00PM
CEUs: .6 (6 contact hours)
Instructor: Beth Storaasli
Cost: $129 (or $119 if enrolled in the program)
Location: UW-Superior Campus, Yellowjacket Union 204
Ways to Register:
- Register Online
- Contact the Program Associate at (715)394-8191