About the course
Michigan State University, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, Professional Development Program will begin offering monthly "short courses" designed to deliver practical labor relations guidance for management labor relations practitioners.
Geared for individuals in labor relations roles and/or have labor relations accountability, these highly interactive sessions will be Zoom based, 60-90 minutes in length, with participant breakout sessions, and time for Q&A.
Subject matter will vary each month, providing guidance on tactical, instructional topics faced in the daily unionized work environment as well as deeper dive subject matter discussions to enhance the depth of labor relations knowledge.
The series will start by focusing on labor relations’ key customers – Operational Management, Union leadership and the Chief HR/LR officer. Representatives from each of these customer bases will share their thoughts and recommendations on being an effective labor relations practitioner. From there we will discuss the subjects and topics necessary to be effective and ensure we factor in customers’ needs.
Greg Freehling, MLIR, is Director of Labor Relations at Arconic/Alcoa and has been in the labor relations field for more than 27 years. He has been in his current role as a corporate labor relations subject matter expert for eighteen years, and previously worked in different U.S. locations in bot...
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