The Pandemic’s Effect on Labor Law (Guest: David Pryzbylski)

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Episode 2.03: As a result of COVID-19, companies have had to make many accommodations to keep their businesses going without compromising the health and safety of their workforce - and labor unions have had to adapt their business to new ways of working as well. On this episode of ProjectHR, we are joined by David Pryzbylski, a partner in the law firm of Barnes and Thornburg focusing on labor and employment, and here, he explains:

COVID's impact on union and non-union employers;

The most common requests from unions during the pandemic;

How the pandemic has impacted collective bargaining procedures; and

The increase in union organizing activity that has occurred in the wake of the virus.


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David Pryzbylski 

 Labor & Employment


"If you can get out in front of employee relations, develop a strong culture and have employees realize they're not going to be better off with a third party coming in, that's going to put you in a better spot, the best spot possible. You can't lose an election, you never had."

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