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Employee and Labor Relations  

This class covers analyzing, developing, implementing/administering and evaluating the workplace relationship between employer and employee, in order to maintain relationships and working conditions that balance employer and employee needs and rights in support of the organization’s strategic goals, objectives, and values.

Outcomes
At the completion of this course students should know and be able to:
  • Understand and apply federal, state and local laws affecting employment in union and nonunion environments such as antidiscrimination laws, sexual harassment, labor relations and privacy
  • Assess an organization’s climate through employee input and the use of tools such as focus groups, employee surveys, and staff meetings.
  • Facilitate change activities as appropriate in response to employee feedback or to promote positive organizational culture.
  • Use metrics to evaluate the effectiveness of employee relations programs.
  • Establish an effective communication strategy for workplace policies and procedures.
  • Monitor the enforcement of workplace policies and procedures to ensure consistency.
  • Define and counsel on individual employment rights, issues, and practices of the organization.
  • Develop, administer and evaluate grievance/dispute resolution and performance improvement policies and procedures.
  • Resolve employee complaints filed with federal, state, and local agencies involving employment practices, using professional resources as necessary.
  • Participate in collective bargaining activities, including contract negotiation and administration.

 

Employee and Labor Relations

Item: C365 Cindy Nakano
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Lacey Building 1
Sessions: 2 Th F Location: Room 191
4220 6th Avenue SE Lacey, WA 98503
1/16/2020 - 1/17/2020 Fee: $345.00

Refund Policy: Cancellations must be received 5 business days prior to the 1st day of class in order to receive a full refund.