Collective Bargaining: The Basics
COURSE DESCRIPTION: For the past several decades, unions organizing campaign efforts and union membership have decreased. Recently, however, with the introduction of pro-union legislation in Congress, namely the Employee Free Choice Act, and with increased efforts of unions to target non-manufacturing employers, specifically those in the service industry, union organizing efforts are on the rise.
It is now increasingly important for employers to recognize and respond to union organizing in their workplace. This short training course is intended for presentation to business leaders, managers and supervisors who manage employees. Join us and at the end of this course you will be able to:
- Describe the tactics and steps union organizers use.
- List reasons employees consider unionizing.
- Cite signs of union organizing.
- List steps management uses to combat the union effort.
- List Do’s and Don’ts for management involved in union campaigns.
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No cancellations or transfers are accepted within 1 (one) week (business days only) prior to the course start date or later. All cancellations prior to 5-business days of the course start date must be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the rare occasion that a course is cancelled or postponed, please note our reimbursement is limited to paid fee only.
This is an Instructor-Led (in person) course. All participant materials are uploaded to the training portal. Training portal link is provided 2-days prior to the start of the training date.
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