Preparation for Collective Bargaining:
This course will increase the effectiveness of union committees in collective bargaining. Topics include the legal framework for collective bargaining; determining what bargaining proposals the union will bring to negotiations; calculating realistic proposal settlement ranges; how to write contract language and basic negotiation strategy and tactics. (16 classroom hours)
"This will definitely help our bargaining team be better prepared than we ever have been." John Bourne, IBEW 22
Management Rights and the Continuing Duty to Bargain Under the National Labor Relations Act:
For union advocates at all levels, this seminar will highlight how to use the offices of the NLRB to win management rights disputes. Arbitrations are presently being lost because arbitrators are still using the "residual rights" theory in their decision making. (6 classroom hours)
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