"Ambushed: A One-Year Review of the NLRB's New Representation Election Rules" - Complimentary Webinar

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Date   Apr 14, 2016

Recorded: Thursday, April 14, 2016

About the Program
On April 14, 2015, the NLRB's new representation election rules went into effect, to the delight of Big Labor and to the dismay of employers across the U.S.  The new rules dramatically shortened the time period from petition to election.  They limited the employer's ability to raise bargaining unit issues at a hearing.  And they required the employer to produce a hefty load of information in a startlingly brief period of time after a petition is filed. 

Join FordHarrison attorneys Brian Kurtz and Jacki Thompson as they:

  • Examine the NLRB's new rules after one year in effect from the point of view of labor counsel who have experienced the rules firsthand.
  • Discuss not only the rules themselves, but also their place in the context of other NLRB/DOL actions such as micro-units and the pending persuader rule. 
  • Look at whether the new election rules have achieved their desired effect, and what an employer can do to optimize its chances of success under the rules.

Continuing Education

  • FordHarrison is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM. This course is approved for 1 hour of PDCs. 
  • This program is also pre-approved by HRCI for 1 hour of PHR, GPHR, and SPHR recertification credit.

This webinar was recorded on Thursday, April 14, 2016. To view the recording, please register below.