NLRB Moves and Employer Strategies
Need to know the latest National Labor Relations Board developments? Want to keep unions out of your workplace? Both are important. But can any one person advise you not just on how to keep organizers from succeeding, but on what’s happening (and GOING to happen) at the NLRB?
We don’t think so. That’s why The HR Specialist has teamed a leading labor and employment attorney with one of America’s top union experts — and created a comprehensive briefing on what you need to know. Introducing Unions 2012: NLRB Moves and Employer Strategies.
Part I: Keeping Unions at Bay
Having your employees vote against union membership is a great feeling. But there’s an even greater feeling — having employees who are so happy that they don’t even WANT a union. We share the techniques that savvy employers use to stop unionization before it starts:
- 14 steps to better employee relations
- The 10 early warning signs of union activity in your workplace
- How vulnerable YOUR organization is to union campaigns
- The mistakes your managers are making RIGHT NOW that practically invite a union to step in
- Big Labor’s newest organizing tactics — and how to counteract them (without violating the NLRA)
- Practical changes to your current HR practices to make employees not even think about wanting a union
- What President Obama has promised the unions — and how he still plans to follow through
- And much more!
David Rittof provides a detailed rundown of the steps you MUST take to keep organizers off your doorstep. You’ll find out how to stay union-free … comply with ALL rules and regulations … AND keep your employees happy!Part II: The “New NLRB” — Game-Changing Rules and Rulings That Impact ALL Employers
Think you’re immune from unionization? Think again. The NLRB’s aggressive rulings and new regulations have but one focus: making organizing easier for unions. Without a majority in Congress, the White House is using the NLRB to achieve its goal of “changing the face of the American workplace.” But you can be prepared — with insights on:
- New “quickie election” rules
- Posting requirements
- The NLRB’s stance on how to react to employees’ Facebook comments
- DOL’s persuader rules
- Rulings on arbitration agreements and employee class-action rights
- How the Board will change in Obama’s second term — or Romney’s first
- And more!
Any ONE of these items could dramatically affect your workplace. Yet you’ll get an in-depth briefing on ALL of them with Unions 2012.
It’s easy to put off communicating with your employees, and even easier to ignore the potential warning signs of unionization. But dealing with a disgruntled workforce, and their aggressive union reps? That’s not so easy.
The good news is that there are moves you can make — right now — to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Editorial Director, HR Specialist
P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Unions 2012 fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid — no hassles, no questions asked.
| About the Speakers:
David Rittof is the president and CEO of Modern Management, Inc., a Chicago-based employee relations consulting firm. He is an expert in employee relations and is a popular speaker on union issues to employer groups around the country. In his more than 30 years with the firm, he has successfully assisted numerous organizations in maintaining non-union status. He provides management training on the union campaign process and develops action plans for employee morale issues. He is also the co-author of Quality Circles, a textbook used by numerous universities and businesses.
Gary C. Moss is a resident managing partner of the Las Vegas office of Jackson Lewis LLP. Mr. Moss has over 38 years of experience representing management in all areas of labor and employment law, including federal and state court discrimination and wrongful-discharge litigation, collective-bargaining negotiations, arbitrations, union campaigns, wage-and-hour matters and more. Chamber & Partners named Mr. Moss in the top tier of labor and employment attorneys. He was also recognized in the Top 100 Labor Attorneys in the United States for several years by Labor Relations Institute, Inc.
|Who Should Listen:
- HR professionals
- Supervisors and managers
- Office managers
- Business owners