The 34th annual Labor-Management Conference, hosted by the Department of Employment and Labor Relations on Friday, April 10, 2015, is designed to assist professionals in both organized and unorganized environment—union members and officers, attorneys
involved in employment matters, labor relations neutrals, and anyone interested in employment issues. The objective is to give attendees the opportunity to keep abreast of decisions affecting their workplaces and current trends in the employment field.
The theme is “Emerging Issues in the 21st-Century Workplace,” and the sessions are designed to provide professionals from both union-organized and other work environments—anyone whose responsibilities include labor relations, or whose interests include
building productive employment relationships in the workplace.
This conference has an established tradition of offering important updates on recent legal issues and related rulings, healthcare reform, employee and employer rights, collective bargaining, and other workplace initiatives.
The conference will run from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and includes:
Department of Employment and Labor Relations