The July 14th Executive Board and Delegates Meetings have been canceled. We would like to wishe everyone a safe Independence Day Holiday and we look forward to seeing everyone in August.
Don’t miss out on this great lineup of timely, topical workshops!
Conference attendees have the opportunity to participate in four workshops of their choice. Register today to join the conversation!
Know Your Rights—Protect Yourself from Consumer Fraud and Scams: Missouri Attorney General’s Office Public Education Director Tom Durkin offers this 60-minute presentation to help you learn about fraud and how to fight it at your workplace.
Bullying—What’s the Problem?: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Commissioner Barbara Rumph directs this interactive discussion about bullying in the workforce and its effect on the relationship between labor and management.
NLRB Representation Rule Changes: National Labor Relations Board Region 14 Director Daniel Hubbel and National Labor Relations Board Deputy Regional Attorney Mary Taves provide an overview of the significant changes to the filing and processing of representation petitions with the NLRB.
Think Before You Speak: Keynote Speaker and Labor Management Relations Expert Rick Gregory provides additional knowledge in this 1-hour breakout session focusing on the importance of communication.
Collective Bargaining—A Comparison of Processes and Discussion of Trends: Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service Commissioner Peggy McNeive leads this discussion to help attendees understand how to improve collective bargaining relationships and negotiation outcomes.
Update on Significant Recent Cases Decided by the NLRB: National Labor Relations Board Senior Trial Attorney Christal Key identifies and examines the significance of recent important unfair labor practice cases decided by the NLRB in this presentation.
Power Play—Understanding the EPA’s New Clean Power Plan: A diverse panel of seven experts examines the challenges energy utilities are confronting while creating and embracing change.
Labor and Management Collaboration to Address Healthcare Costs and Quality: Claremont Partners Practice Lead for Healthcare Integration Devon Devine leads this insightful workshop on healthcare. Healthcare is the leading challenge for businesses in this ever changing environment.
Labor’s Educational & Political Club Independent (LEPCI)2015 Labor Representative of the Year Awards Dinner
Harrah’s Hotel & Casino
July 17th, 2015
Cocktails at 6 PM and Dinner at 7 PM
Honoring Representatives of Organized Labor and the 2015 Award Nominees:
Alise Martiny, Business Manager, Greater Kansas City Building & Construction Trades Council and
Kevin Sexton, Business Manager, Operative Plasterers’ & Cement Masons’ (OPCM) Local #518 as Labor Representatives of the Year.Joe Capra, Directing Business Representative, International Association of Machinists & Aerospace Workers (IAM) Lodge #778 as Seth Slocum Union Advocate of the Year.
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The Greater Kansas City AFL-CIO is proud to endorse the United Labor Credit Union as the official lending institution for Organized Labor in the metropolitan area. United Labor Credit Union is located at 6320 Manchester Ave, Suite 41C, on the lower level of the Greater Kansas Firefighters Hall.
United Labor Credit Union offers competitive lending rates, regardless of what you need to purchase. They provide many options to it members including checking, savings etc. ULCU is owned, operated and controlled by its members. We invite you to join ULCU.