The National Labor Relations Board has announced their intentions to make significant changes in labor law that will affect companies all over the country. The two biggest changes include a shortened union election cycle and micro unions.
Ricardo Torres (President of PSLC) and Cliff Hammond (Attorney at Nemeth Burwell) will continue their speaking tour on April 25th at Jackson SHRM in Jackson, MI. They will be presenting "Unions - Why Should I Care".
We are pleased to announce that Ricardo Torres (President & CEO or PSLC) and Clifford Hammond (Labor Attorney at Nemeth Burwell) will be presenting "Unions – Why Should I Care?" at this year's Michigan HR Day on April 24th.
Permanent Solutions has worked hard to establish a marketing strategy to reach our target audience of the nation's leading labor attorney's and corporate leaders.
Join Ricardo Torres (President & CEO of PSLC) and John Raudabaugh (former Presidential Appointee to the NLRB) as they discuss the future of the National Labor Relations Board and how it will affect a business' union avoidance action plans.
Ricardo Torres, President & CEO of Permanent Solutions Labor Consultants, and Clifford Hammond, Labor Attorney with Nemeth Burwell, will be in Omaha, Nebraska on January 8th to present "Unions — Why Should I Care?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – (Rochester, New York) By an overwhelming majority, teachers and aides of the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Greater Rochester, New York, voted no against union representation by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 200 United preserving their valued union free advantages.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – (Rochester, New York) In an unprecedented event, the Individual Service Specialist (ISS) and Resident Assistant Managers (RAM) of the Arc of Monroe County voted NO against union representation by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 200 United preserving their valued union free advantages.
How will Unions use the advantages of quickie elections to their benefit? As of April 30, 2012, landmark changes to our federal labor law will forever alter the relationship between employers and their employees.