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2-Day Labor Relations and Employee Engagement Certificate Program (Starts 04-18-2024)

Apr 18, 2024 @ 10:00 am - Apr 19, 2024 @ 6:00 pm EDT

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2-Day Labor Relations and Employee Engagement Certificate Program (Starts 04-18-2024)
Explore the new landscape of labor relations and employee engagement with our comprehensive 2-Day Labor Relations and Employee Engagement Certificate Program. This immersive course addresses the latest developments in the field, including the Executive Order on Worker Organizing and Empowerment, which emphasizes unionization and collective bargaining. The changing landscape brought on by the evolving roles of the NLRB, EEOC, and a reinvigorated OSHA have dramatically increased the importance of these agencies for US businesses. In this program, our expert instructors will provide valuable insights into navigating these changes while fostering a collaborative workplace environment. The second half of the course delves into the essential aspects of employee engagement, focusing on creating and maintaining a diverse and innovative workplace. Learn how to cultivate an enterprise where happy, motivated individuals work together to develop products that you and your community truly believe in. Discover the power of a workplace where everyone is engaged, goals are met, careers grow, and profits create new opportunities for employees and their families. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your career and transform your organization with our cutting-edge Labor Relations & Employee Engagement Certificate Program. Register today and unlock the secrets to a thriving workplace culture.
$ 1,395.00

2-Day Labor Relations and Employee Engagement Certificate Program

The Drive for Winning Attitudes, Culture, & Results at the Workplace

HRCI – 15 HR(General) Credits
SHRM – 15 PDC’s

Are you struggling with employee relations and looking to improve productivity, satisfaction, customer service, and profits? Look no further than our 2-Day Labor Relations and Employee Engagement Certificate Program Training!

In recent years, there has been a significant shift in the federal Labor Relations sector, and it’s crucial to stay up to date with these changes. Our course will introduce you to federal labor relations law and regulations, its history and development, and where we are today in that context.

But that’s not all – we’ll also teach you how to handle grievances and negotiations, avoid common pitfalls, and harness the potential for improved employee relations. We’ll cover labor relations and union organizing, collective bargaining, effective communication, alternative dispute resolutions, and more.

And the second half of our course is dedicated to Employee Engagement. We believe that employee relations shouldn’t be contentious – instead, we’ll help you create and maintain an enterprise consisting of happy and motivated people working in a diverse and innovative workplace. You’ll learn how to develop products that you and your community truly believe in and be a part of a team where goals are met and careers grow.

In today’s world, where remote working and generational gaps are leading to disengaged employees, it’s more critical than ever to understand the power of Employee Engagement. Our course will teach you how to design and sustain Employee Engagement in the workplace, leading to increased productivity, satisfaction, customer service, and profits.

Employee Engagement is one of the biggest challenges organizations face today, which is why seminars like ours are being sought to jump-start the excitement that creates winning teams and organizations. Join us for this 2-day seminar and let us help you make your workplace a winning team!

During the training, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the legal and regulatory framework that governs labor relations in the United States. You will learn about the history and development of labor relations law and how it has evolved over time. With this knowledge, you will be better equipped to handle grievances and negotiations and avoid common pitfalls that can lead to conflicts and disputes between employees and management.

Moreover, you will be introduced to various techniques and strategies for improving employee relations, such as effective communication and alternative dispute resolutions. You will learn how to communicate with employees in a clear, respectful, and productive manner to foster a positive and engaging work environment. You will also explore various approaches to resolving conflicts and disputes, including mediation and arbitration, which can help to build trust and collaboration between employees and management.

By mastering these skills, you will be able to harness the potential of your workforce and create a workplace culture that promotes productivity, engagement, and success. You will be able to establish a healthy and collaborative relationship with your employees, which can help to improve retention rates, reduce turnover, and increase overall job satisfaction. Ultimately, you will be better equipped to navigate the complex world of labor relations and achieve success in your career.

“Employee engagement is an investment we make for the privilege of staying in business.”
– Ian Hutchinson

During this seminar you will learn:

Introduction to federal labor relations law and regulations
Labor Relations & Union Organizing
Union Process & Election Bars
Collective Bargaining
Effective Communication in Labor Relations
Alternative Dispute Resolutions
Union vs Non-Union Status
Employee engagement and its importance in the workplace
Creating and maintaining an enterprise with happy and motivated employees
Developing products that align with your values and those of your community
Teamwork, career growth, and goal achievement
Increasing productivity, satisfaction, customer service, and profits through employee engagement
Alternative Dispute Resolutions
Challenges faced by organizations in employee engagement and how to overcome them

During this workshop and activities, you will discover why Employee Engagement is the single driver leading to business success and a winning culture.  This seminar will also give you the reassurance to create tools and guides that will help you achieve your Employee Engagement goals.

This necessary seminar will benefit you, your team, your leadership, and even your C-Suite by explaining the importance of Employee Engagement and how it increases:

With our expertise and insight, we will help you assess your situation, reflect & align your goals, create a budget that fits your department, generate your winning strategy, implement to your team efficiently, and finally evaluate your results.

Now it’s to time to open your eyes and become that beacon of hope and success your company needs!

Day 1

Labor Relations

The Rise of Labor Unions in the U.S

Formation of the Knights of Labor -1869

The Sherman Anti-trust Act – 1890

The Clayton Act – 1914

The Railway Labor Act – 1926

Norris LaGuardia Act – 1932

The National Labor Relations Act – 1935

The Labor Management Relation Act – 1947

The Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act

The National Labor Relations Board

Major Functions of the National Labor Relations Board

Unfair Labor Practices

The Structure of Union Organizations

How Unions Acquire the Right to Represent Employees

Bars to Election

What can a Supervisor Can and Cannot Do

No Solicitation and No Distribution Rule

Voting Process

Decertification vs. Deauthorization Process

Collective Bargaining

Operating under a Collective Bargaining Agreement

Weingarten Rights

Collective Bargaining Positions

Collective Bargaining Strategies

Collective Bargaining Subjects

Collective Bargaining Agreement Topics

Strikes & Other Terms

Public Sector Labor Relations

Strategies for Maintaining Non-Union Status


Day 2

Employee Engagement


4 Stages of Employee Engagement

Employee Attitudes and Satisfaction

Job Satisfaction Theories


Satisfaction & Productivity

EE Engagement Responsibility

  1. CEO
  2. Leadership Team
  3. Management
  4. Employees
  5. HR

Employees Engagement & Organizational Competitive Advantage

Organizational Culture


Employee Engagement Wheel



Reflect & Align





Ideas to Create Drivers for Employee Engagement

Factors Affecting Employee Engagement

Ongoing & Maintaining Employee Involvement


Disengaged vs Actively Disengaged

Signs of Disengagement

Signs of Actively Disengaged

Reasons for Disengagement

Cost of Disengagement


How to Handle Disengaged Employees

Employee Relations