You’re invited to join us for the first installment of the 2012 Labor & Employment Executive Breakfast Series.
RADICALIZATION OF THE NLRB AND ITS IMPACT ON UNION AND NON-UNION COMPANIES
Thursday, April 5th at The Union League
Within the past three months, the NLRB has made several rulings that can directly impact how all employers do business. Think as a non-union company you need not be concerned? Think again.
Check In/Breakfast: 7:30 AM – 8:00 AM | Presentation: 8:00 AM – 9:45 AM | Q&A: 9:45 AM – 10:00 AM
In addition, the first meeting of the Labor & Employment Series Advisory Committee will be held immediately following the program.
TOPICS TO BE ADDRESSED
1. Current composition of the NLRB
We will address how the overall pro-employee philosophy of the current NLRB impacts its decision-making process.
2. Recent decisions that impact ALL employers regarding protected concerted activity
We will cover all of the recent NLRB decisions regarding social media and Handbook policies and cover what employers can do to react proactively to these decisions.
3. Recognizing organization activity
We will present an overview of what the NLRB recognizes as organization activity in the workplace and strategies that employers can use in dealing with such organizational activities in an aggressive way.
4. Explanation of Board rulemaking that may impact non-union companies
Specifically, we will cover expedited election processes, mandatory posting requirements, and other onerous projected rules and regulations.
5. Dealing with Union organizers
We will outline strategies for dealing with organizers should they show up at your company’s doorstep and how to communicate with employees regarding possible unionization attempts.
6. What to do if contacted by the NLRB
We will outline strategies for when you are contacted by the NLRB in either a representation or an unfair labor practice proceeding.
There is no cost for this seminar, however, space is limited, and will be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis. Reserve your space today!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Business Owners, In-House Counsel, C-Level Executives, Directors, and Managers who are responsible for labor and employment issues within their organization.