How To Combat Quickie Elections
Norcross, GA (Vocus) January 21, 2010
Employee communications firm, Projections, Inc. today announced a February, 2010 expert series of online educational seminars, designed for labor relations and human resources professionals. The series is entirely free of charge, and includes a wide variety of topics, such as the use and legal implications of social media in the workplace, the cost of unionization, and industry-specific topics for transportation and health care companies.
"These seminars will be presented by industry and subject-matter experts, so our hope is that they will deliver value to our participants," explains Projections owner and CEO, Walter Orechwa. "If we've learned one thing over our 30-plus years in business, it’s that human resource and labor relations professionals are very protective of their time. Knowing that, we intend to deliver 12 robust sessions that will be well worth the time investment."
Projections has removed another barrier to gaining knowledge in today's economy – cost. By presenting this expert series as an online, complimentary service, Projections is helping professionals address the challenges they are facing with regard to keeping up with changes in the business landscape.
With a diverse range of titles, these seminars will offer expert insight on human resources and labor relations topics, 3 days a week throughout the month of February. This vital content will provide understanding in areas where even basic knowledge can be difficult and costly to come by.
"A Month of Lunches" expert series seminar titles currently include:
"An update on Executive Order 13496:
Are you prepared to post a Federal notice that encourages your employees to unionize?"
presented by Jon Spitz, of Jackson Lewis
"The Use of Social Media in the Workplace"
presented by social media expert Michael VanDervort
"A 2010 Legal Update"
presented by Ogletree Deakins
"How To Combat Quickie Elections"
presented by Charlie Feuss & John Bowen of Ford & Harrison
"The Cost of Unionization"
presented by consultant Jim Gray
and several additional topics.
Most topics will begin at 1pm EST and last approximately 30 minutes, depending on audience participation. "Companies today are challenged by a host of difficult and potentially costly threats," summarized Orechwa. “Good, honest, union-free employers are being placed in a precarious position, and our goal is that our "Month of Lunches” series will provide the foundation that will help them prepare for many of those challenges."
For the full calendar of these events, detailed descriptions, and to register, visit the Projections website.
The current series is fully booked, however, any firm, individual, or organization interested in offering a future presentation is welcome to contact Projections for information and availability.
Projections provides the employee communication resources that help companies address their most significant challenges. Projections specializes in labor relations, and offers both custom and “off the shelf” video, websites and eLearning. Projections focuses on helping these employers reach goals they might never have otherwise attained. With the most advanced technology available, Projections’ work reflects the highest level of quality in videos, websites and innovative eLearning solutions for clients throughout North America. Areas of expertise include Employee Orientation, Training, Labor Relations, Company Benefits, Corporate Image and Change, and Workplace Issues such as Diversity, Harassment, and more. After more than 30 years in business and dozens of industry awards, Projections is proud to work with some of the largest - and smallest- employers in the world. Visit Projections on the web at http://www.ProjectionsInc.com.
SOURCE: PROJECTIONS, INC.
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