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labor law changes and union organizing webinar for employers

Guiding employers through labor law changes and union organizing

Product Code: HRLABUNION

Register now for a free 20-minute on-demand webinar with Senior Legal Editor Joan Farrell, J.D. This complimentary webinar discusses unions and labor laws so you can get the latest updates in compliance and gain a better understanding of the employee/employer relationship when it comes to unions.

Guiding employers through labor law changes and union organizing

Available: On-demand Webinar

Recent changes to U.S. labor laws are affecting all employers. Stay ahead of the compliance curve by attending this free on-demand webinar.

BLR Senior Legal Editor Joan S. Farrell J.D. will be discussing how recent decisions by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) have made it easier for unions to represent workers. Unions are organizing workers in industries that were never considered prospects for unions in the past. Legislation in certain states has created challenges for employers to express their views on labor unions. 

Attendees will learn: 

  • The impact of recent court rulings and NLRB decisions on all employers 

  • Shifts in union organization that may surprise employers 

  • How to identify union organization 

  • What to do, and not to do, in response to union activities 

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About the Speaker

Joan S. Farrell, J.D., Senior Legal EditorJoan Farrell, J.D., is a Senior Legal Editor for BLR’s human resources and employment law publications. She writes extensively on the topics of workplace discrimination, unlawful harassment, retaliation, and reasonable accommodation.

Before coming to BLR, Ms. Farrell worked as in-house counsel for a multistate employer where she represented management in administrative matters and provided counseling on employment practices.