Our live virtual programs deliver the same career development and motivating interactions as an in-person conference. Engage with highly experienced attorneys and other HR professionals in a collaborative learning environment, advance your labor relations knowledge, strengthen your negotiations skills, and stay informed on trends and the evolving legal landscape of labor relations—all from wherever you are.
The seminars have been attended by a range of participants from various industries, including health care, automotive, public schools, steel, community colleges and universities, manufacturing, public transportation, police & fire, cities & counties, skilled trades and waste.
This A-Z comprehensive workshop encompasses contract negotiations, contract interpretation, discipline, social media, performance, attendance, grievance/arbitration and unfair labor practice topics. The training program is imperative for anyone involved in the collective bargaining process, including those responsible for contract administration.
Collective bargaining is dynamic and challenging, and those involved must understand the complex strategies associated with negotiations and the paths to achieve objectives. Strategies must also be in compliance with changing labor laws and economic trends pertaining to wages, healthcare, and retirement issues. This Negotiations program includes mock negotiations and advocacy strategies in a comfortable learning environment.
This private workshop provides the necessary day-to-day knowledge and skills to supervisors and managers for effective leadership in a Union environment. Topics include corrective discipline and discharge, investigations, past practice, contract administration, performance and social media issues, as well as grievance and arbitration preparation. This popular program is a must for all frontline supervisors.
All of our seminars are pre-approved HRCI General Recertification Credits. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the activity. It means that this activity has met the HR Certification Institute’s criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit. For more information, go to www.hrci.org.
The Lillie Labor Law Firm is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP®or SHRM-SCP® professional development credits (PDCs). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.