Tag Archives for " Labor Law "

Do You Need a Supervisory Status Analysis? Answer: Yes!

Do you need to conduct a Supervisory Status Analysis on each position you call "supervisor" or "manager"? Maybe you don't think so because isn't it obvious someone is a supervisor when they have direct reports and plan, organize, and control the wo...

Labor Law

How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Management Consultant?

A business considering hiring a management consultant wants to access the best advice and expertise possible. When Projections previously reviewed the top management consulting firms, it was clear that being the largest company does not necessarily e...

Consulting, Labor Law

How Do I Avoid a ULP?

You want to develop leaders who are focused on maintaining a positive workplace culture at all times. There are numerous NLRB ULP cases that boil down to a manager or supervisor getting frustrated with employees who support unions and making a threat...

Labor Law, Union Avoidance Training

How Do I Negotiate the First Collective Bargaining Agreement?

The union organizing campaign, followed by the union organizing drive and vote, was undoubtedly a very difficult time for your company. To win employee votes and public support, the bottom line of every union strategy is to make your company and yo...

Labor Law, Positive Employee Relations

Establishing Your Corporate Vaccination Policy

Megan Mitchell, a Senior Communications Consultant for IRI Consultants, explains how to build and communicate your ideal corporate vaccination policy....

Corporate Compliance, Labor Law

Micro-Units: The Growing Unionization Threat

The micro-unit is a true unionization threat, leading to employers dealing with multiple collective bargaining units rather than one and creating a management nightmare....

Labor Law, UP: Recognizing

How to Talk to Employees About Collective Bargaining

Seven smart, factual, and legal talking points for leaders to help employees understand the realities of collective bargaining....

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing, UP: Responding

Current Trends in Labor Relations

Nick Munday, Managing Director for our parent company, IRI Consultants, is here to discuss what labor trends we should be paying attention to and much more!...

Labor Law, Positive Employee Relations

Handbilling and Informational Picketing the “Old School” Union Way

Informational picketing is very common and a simple concept. It refers to carrying signs or handing out flyers or handbills that inform the public of things like the employer doesn't employ union members or doesn't have a union contract. If a workpl...

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing

Amazon Union Vote Results: What Do They Mean?

Amazon has come to represent companies that have managed to stay union-free, despite numerous efforts by unions, employee activists at various Amazon locations, and a host of alt-labor groups pushing for unionization....

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing

How the NLRA Can Help You Stay Union-Free

Congress enacted the National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) in 1935 to “protect the rights of employees and employers, to encourage collective bargaining, and to curtail certain private sector labor and management practices, which ca...

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing, UP: Preventing

What Is A Union and What Are Organizing Campaigns?

no company is immune to union organizing, and why it's important to understand exactly what is a union and important facts about organizing campaigns....

Labor Law, Prevent Union Organizing, UP: Recognizing

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