Morehead Webinar on Predicting an Organization's Vulnerability to Unionization

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Learn how organizations can effectively prioritize information and target key actions aimed at lowering the risk of union formation.

Predicting an Organization's Vulnerability to Unionization.

Charlotte, N.C. -- Morehead, the human capital research firm, will host a webinar titled "Predicting an Organization's Vulnerability to Unionization." The free hour-long webinar will be broadcast on Thursday, April 9, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. EST.

Trevor Byrd, M.S., Morehead's Director, Research Services and Patrick Corrigan, Morehead's Vice President, Business Development will discuss factors that influence employees to engage in union activity. Research shows that the drivers of union formation have remained remarkably stable over time.

Participants will learn about the specific issues organizations can address to reduce the likelihood of a unionized workforce.

The webcast includes analyses of union vulnerability conducted for an academic and teaching hospital in the South and a faith-based community hospital in the Northeast. These case studies will answer questions critical to any organization:

  • What factors drive union activity?
  • How can we predict the likelihood of union formation?
  • What can we focus on to reduce the chance of unionization?

To sign up for the webinar, visit http://moreheadassociates.com/events/registration/event89.html

About Morehead
Morehead delivers human capital surveys, metrics and solutions that enable leaders to (1) target and focus human capital initiatives, (2) prioritize systemic change, (3) inform work unit interventions, and (4) align employees with business strategies. Morehead's clients include healthcare providers, financial institutions, government agencies, universities, service providers, and manufacturers. For more information, visit http://www.moreheadassociates.com.

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