New Employer Strategies for Managing the Teamster Workplace
Boston, MA 02111
A comprehensive program focusing on specific labor relations issues for managing the Teamster-unionized workplace. Strategies that every employer needs to know at this unique time in labor relations.
Currently, three of the four National Labor Relations Board ("Board") members are former union attorneys or officials. They are intent upon using their rulemaking capabilities to radically change laws that have been in place for 75 years. As a result, extremely union-friendly policies have been proposed, and the Board's decisions are decidedly against employers. A major beneficiary of this sea of change has been the Teamsters.
The new labor landscape provides unions a better opportunity to interfere with daily operations and strategic decisions. Given this reality, for those who have a Teamsters-represented workplace, the "traditional" means of managing no longer applies.
This interactive program is designed for those seeking to reduce costs, maintain operational efficiencies, and control union influence in workplace issues.
The program is presented by labor law attorneys who have successfully represented employers — from Fortune 500 companies to individual businesses — and have dealt with every major Teamsters Local in the United States, in hundreds of organizing campaigns, collective bargaining negotiations, arbitrations, and strategic planning initiatives.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Business Owners and CEOs
Chief Operating Officers
Chief Financial Officers
Human Resources Professionals
Managers with HR Responsibilities
Jay P. Krupin, Chair of the National Labor Steering Committee, Washington, DC, Office
Mark M. Trapp, Associate, Chicago Office
Paul Rosenberg, Associate, Washington, DC, Office
I. Negotiating Your Next Contract
II. Administering the CBA
Interpreting the Contract
III. Health Care and Pension Funds
IV. Managing Transitions
The fee for this briefing is $75 for the first person and $50 for each additional person from the same company, and includes breakfast, meeting handouts, and lunch.
To register, click here.
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Gannon at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202/861-1850.