Comprehensive Labor Relations Professional Program

Both Virtual and In Person Training Will Occur in 2022

The Comprehensive Labor Relations Professional Program is an in-depth labor management course where participants learn, experience and understand the full scope of labor relations.
The CLRPP conference covers the beginning of the labor-management relationship, including organizing drives, elections and Management and Union unfair labor practices. The program then provides detailed information on negotiating collective bargaining agreements, including persuasive techniques and presenting proposals, as well as day-to-day administration of a contract such as grievance handling. Finally, arbitration case studies of discipline/discharge will be reviewed.
Our virtual learning programs foster engaging and interactive discussion between participants on real life situations, how to handle issues as they arise, and turning issues and disputes into opportunities. The instructor fosters an environment open to Q&A’s and exchanging ideas, including views from both Management and Union perspectives, allowing you to network just as you would in a face-to-face setting.
The CLRPP course occurs over 2 days from 8:30 am to approximately 4:00 pm each day, including breaks and a 30 minute lunch period.

Basic Agenda

Collective Bargaining Agreement Administration

Typical Contract Provisions
Grievance Procedure & Grievance Handling
Know Your Grievance Procedure

Labor Negotiations

Negotiations Preparation
Negotiations Skills
Good Faith Bargaining
Mandatory vs Permissive Subjects
The Bargaining Process
Persuasion Techniques
Compensation – Alternative Approaches
Roles and Functions in Contract Negotiations
Developing Strategies to Achieve Goals
Negotiation Skills and Strategies
Dos & Don’ts of Bargaining
Case Study
Packaging Proposals

Overview of Labor Law

Union Structure & Organizing Techniques
Employee Rights Under the NLRA
Decertification & Union Shop Deauthorization Process
Unit Clarification Petitions
Employer/Union Unfair Labor Practices Under NLRA
Duty to Bargain & Furnish Information
Bargaining to Impasse
Economic & Unfair Labor Practice Strikes
Corporate Campaigns & Economic Pressure

Labor Arbitration

Post-Hearing Briefs
Initial Advocacy Concerns
Standards & Burdens of Proof
Contract Interpretation Standards
Just Cause Standards
Discipline & Discharge Case Studies
Past Practice Criteria

Check Out The Study Guide

Virtual Training

August 10-11, 2021

Zoom Conference Call
8:30 am to 3:00 pm EST each day

Details and materials will be provided prior to the presentation

November 9-10, 2021

Zoom Conference Call
8:30 am to 3:00 pm EST each day

Details and materials will be provided prior to the presentation

January 12-13, 2022

Zoom Conference Call
8:30 am to 3:00 pm EST each day

Details and materials will be provided prior to the presentation

Cost – $995

Upon receipt of your registration, a confirmation and invoice will be mailed to you. If you do not receive confirmation within 24 business hours, please contact our office at (517) 324-9266.
Cancellation Policy: Enrollees who cancel prior to the seminar date will be refunded the full seminar fee. Enrollees who do not attend the virtual seminar will forfeit the seminar fee. The Lillie Labor Law Firm P.C. reserves the right to cancel this seminar if enrollment criteria are not met or where conditions beyond its control occur.
IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL WITHIN 24 BUSINESS HOURS OF REGISTRATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE SEMINAR COORDINATOR AT (517) 324-9266.

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