New ELI Program Addresses Union Issues at Managerial Level

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ELI® once again expands its course offerings with the release of Strengthening Employee Relations™. This program addresses the managerial responsibilities for recognizing and responding to signs of union organization.

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Strengthening Employee Relations delivers a timely message: managers who promote positive employee relations provide their organization’s best defense against unionization.

ELI® once again expands its course offerings with the release of Strengthening Employee Relations™. This program addresses the managerial responsibilities for recognizing and responding to signs of union organization.

According to Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq., founder and president of ELI, this course gives managers the necessary skills to understand union activity and respond to it effectively. “With Congress scheduled to consider legislation in 2009 to enact the Employee Free Choice Act, which would greatly enhance employees’ opportunities to unionize,” notes Paskoff, “Strengthening Employee Relations delivers a timely message: managers who promote positive employee relations provide their organization’s best defense against unionization.”

This latest addition to ELI’s employment learning series gives clients vital professional competencies for creating a welcoming and positive workplace where employees can feel comfortable raising concerns. Like all of ELI’s award-winning programs, it uses interactive, skills-building exercises, realistic workplace scenarios, and concrete guidelines to teach participants how to identify and address signs of union organization efforts.

Strengthening Employee Relations is a two-hour classroom program that can be taught by ELI’s professional instructors or an organization’s own ELI-certified instructors.

About ELI®:
Founded in 1986, ELI specializes in providing interactive classroom and online learning solutions and related services to help organizations build a legal, ethical workplace culture that fosters teamwork and minimizes risk. ELI’s award-winning curriculum focuses on changing behaviors and building skills to produce measurable outcomes. Headquartered in Atlanta, ELI has worked with clients across a range of business sectors to give managers and employees practical skills for maintaining fair employment and ethical business practices. For more information, visit the ELI website at http://www.eliinc.com.

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