Labor Studies 105: Grievance Handling Skills
Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2017
Labor Studies 105 (Sec. 0440) 1 Unit of College Credit: Grievance Handling Skills
When: August 19 & 20, 2017 (Saturday & Sunday)
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Magnolia Hall Room 308
Instructor: Lou Zigman, Arbitrator
Essential for Union Reps and Activists
A powerful tool in defending members and enforcing contracts, the grievance procedure is essential to an effective union and to build power and leverage. Lou Zigman’s provocative, lively and critically important class leads students – labor and management – through the various steps and stages of the grievance process.
In just one weekend, you’ll learn the procedures, practices and strategies and develop the skills and the confidence to investigate, prepare and make the case.
- Weingarten Rights
- The Duty of Fair Representation
- Resolving Grievances Short of Arbitration
- Legal and Ethical Responsibilities
GET INSIDE TIPS FROM LABOR AND MANAGEMENT EXPERTS!
Grievance Processing by L. Zigman