Labor Guild's School of Labor Relations
Monday evenings September 13 thru November 15 2010
FIRST PERIOD 7:00 - 8:10pm
THE STEWARD??S JOB Paul Hannon, USW , Mark Bernard, Rep Council 93, AFSCME
The steward as the dynamo for making collective bargaining work. Duties as first-line administrator of the contract: problem solving, grievance handling, membership solidarity. Role playing
BUILDING TRADES?CISSUES & STRATEGIES Frank Callahan, Mass Building Trades Council
Explore key issues facing the Building Trades & strategies to address them. Topics will include: Project Labor Agreements, Responsible Employer Ordinance, Public Bid Laws, Industry Sector Targeting, Lobbying, The Media and more.
PUBLIC SPEAKING George Embleton, AFSCME Ed Dept.
How to feel comfortable and confident speaking before a group, be it running for Union office, defending Union positions or speaking at a community meeting. Expand you skills by practicing with mic, video and powepoint.
LABOR STRATEGIES Joseph Sandulli, Esq , Sandulli & Grace ., PC
How to coordinate legal action, political action, public relations and negotiations to deal effectively on the range of labor-management issues in both public and private sectors. Guest speakers
2nd period 8:10 to 9:30
How to Think and Act Strategically - Part II Paul McCarthy, Pres. Collective Bargaining Assoc.
The art of creating leverage by mobilizing union members and developing contract campaigns.
First time students are welcome.
LEAD, FOLLOW OR GET OUT OF THE WAY!! John Hudson, Pres., IBAC
A provocative and unconventional look at leadership. Building leadership skills through self empowerment. Learn about yourself and prepare to lead others. Guest speakers.
ROOTS OF LABOR LAW Paul Kelly, Esq Segal, Roitman LLP
The relation between the US legal system and American labor from the mid-19th Century, including anti-trust laws, The Railway Labor Act, the, Norris-LaGuardiaAct, Wagner Act, Taft-Hartley Act. Landrum Griffin Act and major judicial decisions
??UNIONS SHOULDN'T BE IN POLITICS!?? OH, WHAT PLANET DO YOU COME FROM?
An overview of the political life of labor unions in the metropolitan area and beyond. Guest Speakers.
Classes are held at Labor Guild Headquarters - 85 Commercial St in Weymouth Landing.
Tuition remains $100 total for both time frames. Scholarships are available Choose one course from each period.
LABOR GUILD"S SCHOOL OF LABOR RELATIONS www.laborguild.com
$100 whether you take one or two periods. Scholarships available.
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The Labor Guild, 85 Commercial St weyouth MA 02188 781 340 7887, fax:781 340 5885,
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