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Who should attend
Labor relations, human resource, operations, and finance professionals who represent or support management in collective bargaining and negotiations.
About the course
Participants are given the opportunity to draft and analyze their own collective bargaining agreement language in the context of a negotiation.
- Writing clearly and succinctly, while focusing on the audiences for your agreement language
- The maxims of contract interpretation
- The interpretation of different words and phrases
- How negotiations impact agreement language and vice-versa
During this two-day workshop, you will have the opportunity to draft and analyze collective bargaining agreement language in the context of a negotiation.
have worked many years as a labor-relations lawyer and I am a negotiator, administrator, problem-solver and teacher with a diverse portfolio. With a Harvard Law degree and more than 25 years experience, I can provide the highest quality negotiation, contract and workplace advice and assistance, a...
Ellen Gallin Procida has been teaching the art of arbitration advocacy for nearly 20 years. During her career as a NYC public school teacher, she first developed the skills necessary for effective advocacy by representing UFT members as the school based union representative in her school. Ellen w...
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