LABOR UNION RELATIONS Question? or Call 626-285-0223
The Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) of 2007, HR 800, is expected to be revived and passed under President Obama. EFCA is expected to make it easier for unions to organize companies. Whatever the new rules turn out to be, be sure that you turn to an experienced Labor Consultant to lead you through the organizing and contract negotiations process.
Since 1971, I have assisted companies with all aspects of collective bargaining with unions and can, if necessary, provide union avoidance consulting including developing a counter union campaign if a union does approach your employees.
If your company already has a union contract, I am a skilled union contract negotiator. I may assist your company with grievances, union arbitrations, federal mediations, and be your hearing representation at National Labor Relations Board NLRB hearings.
Develop company strategy for union avoidance.
Company Counter Union Campaigns
Develop a full campaign to explain to employees the company's position regarding unions and union organizing and why the company chooses to remain non-union once an organizing campaign has begun.
National Labor Relations Board NLRB Hearing
Your representation before the NLRB to decide if your employees should be represented by a union, and other related issues.
Appropriate Unit Hearing
This is another hearing of the NLRB to determine which employees are allowed to vote on whether or not the employees will be represented by the union.
Conduct of Elections
Representing the employer at the election at the company to make certain that the employer receives a fair election process.
Unfair Labor Practice Charges
Representing the employer before the NLRB where a union or an employee alleges unfair labor practices under the National Labor Relations Act.
Union Contract Negotiator
Representation of the company during contract negotiations.
Federal and State Mediation
The use of mediation to oversee contract negotiations where a union exists and parties are having difficulties reaching an agreement.
Strikes, Boycotts, and Picketing
Assist in managing the company directly during a strike and picket to assure that the company continues to operate during a strike.
Union Contract Administration
Assist the employer in meeting his obligations under a union contract with regard to the union.
Grievance Procedures, Labor Arbitration
Representation at grievance discussions and at labor arbitrations if grievances are not settled.
Question? or Call 626-285-0223