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Virtual: National Labor Relations Act Overview
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1:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Purpose: The purpose of this training is to provide a basic overview to companies of all different sizes and across all different industries about the basic rules, requirements, and impact that the National Labor Relations Act has on the management of their workforces.
Objectives: Participants will learn what the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) is, common issues that arise in the workplace that involve the NLRA, best practices for complying with the NLRA, and other aspects of the NLRA that employers need to know.
Who should attend: Human Resources professionals and individuals in a supervisory/managerial role
Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
Understand what the National Labor Relations Act is and how it impacts both union and non-union workplaces
Identify what protected concerted activity is and is not
Analyze whether their policies, procedures, and handbooks comply with the current rules and regulations
Understand what an unfair labor practice is and how to respond to one if it is filed against your company
Know what to do if you suspect that a union is attempting to organize your workplace
Fees: $179 members; $236.50 nonmembers
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1:00 pm to 4:30 pm 

Purpose: The purpose of this training is to provide a basic overview to companies of all different sizes and across all different industries about the basic rules, requirements, and impact that the National Labor Relations Act has on the management of their workforces.

Objectives: Participants will learn what the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) is, common issues that arise in the workplace that involve the NLRA, best practices for complying with the NLRA, and other aspects of the NLRA that employers need to know.

Who should attend: Human Resources professionals and individuals in a supervisory/managerial role

 Learning Outcomes:   

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  • Understand what the National Labor Relations Act is and how it impacts both union and non-union workplaces
  • Identify what protected concerted activity is and is not
  • Analyze whether their policies, procedures, and handbooks comply with the current rules and regulations
  • Understand what an unfair labor practice is and how to respond to one if it is filed against your company

Know what to do if you suspect that a union is attempting to organize your workplace

Fees: $179 members; $236.50 nonmembers

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