Monday, June 25, 2012

HR: A webinar on unions and the NLRB

Unions 2012:
NLRB Moves and Employer Strategies

A New Interactive Webinar
Tuesday, July 3rd ~ 1:00-2:15 PM Eastern Time

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 SPECIALISThas 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'll 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 employee's 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.

And because this a webinar, there is NO LIMIT to the number of executives, managers and supervisors who participate at one site. What's more you can ask David Rittof and Gary Moss your union-related questions – and benefit from the answers they give you AND your fellow attendees.

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. Join us July 3rd for Unions 2012: NLRB Moves and Employer Strategies.Sincerely,

Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director, HR Specialist
P.S. FREE Bonus! The first 50 people to sign up forUnions 2012 will receive a 30-day trial to HR Specialist: Premium Plus. This comprehensive website – available to members only – lets you ask a top employment attorney your questions … download helpful checklists and forms … and benefit from our vast archive of white papers and employment law articles. And it's all yours free – IF you sign up now.

P.P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Unions 2012 fails to meet your needs – for ANY reason – we will refund 100% of your tuition. No hassles, no questions asked.

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