Event Postponed – Unions are Gunning for Your Business – Be Prepared
Posted on Nov 20, 2013 on Firm News and Victories, News by
Unfortunately, our December 9, 2013 presentation at the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, “Unions are Gunning for Your Business – Be Prepared,” has been postponed and will be rescheduled after January 2014. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you have specific questions or concerns regarding this topic, please don’t hesitate to contact our office.
A free special event presented by Brody and Associates, LLC and National Labor Consultants
Please register by telephone: (203) 965-0560 or email: email@example.com.
Connecticut has recently seen an alarming rise in the number of Union Petitions filed in the state. Your company needs to know how to prepare for this kind of attack.
Learn how to:
– minimize the risk of unionization in your company;
– increase the likelihood you’ll hear about a union targeting your shop;
– recognize techniques unions will use to organize your employees; and
– develop techniques to combat a union campaign.
This program*, presented by management-side labor attorneys, Robert G. Brody and Abby M. Warren, and labor consultants, Keith Peraino and Dina Bianco, will educate employers on the law and provide insight into union organizing tactics. Do not miss this opportunity to learn how to prepare yourself and your company for a possible union attack.
* Approved for 1.5 HRCI credits.
Robert G. Brody, founder of Brody and Associates, LLC, a thirty year management-side attorney who has helped employers nationwide defeat union organizing campaigns, negotiate collective bargaining agreements, and defend against unfair labor practice charges.
Abby M. Warren, an Associate at Brody and Associates, LLC, whose practice focuses on representing employers in all union-related issues.
Keith Peraino, President of National Labor Consultants, a former union organizing director/ official who now advises employers on all labor-related matters.
Dina Bianco, Senior Vice President of National Labor Consultants, also a former union organizer and labor negotiator, will join the discussion.