Managing in a Unionized Environment - DPS 59035

DPS 59035 7 hours

Upcoming Classes

“What do you mean we just can’t fire her?” This seminar is designed for managers and supervisors and will expose them to some of the collective agreement constraints within a unionized environment. It will also provide a framework for managing employees within the collective agreement and fostering positive labour relations, which is critical to a productive workplace.

Objectives

On completion of this seminar, participants will:

  • Understand the rights and obligations of management, employees and the union, including limitations on the right to manage imposed by collective agreements;
  • Understand the importance of effective union-management relations;
  • Understand the labour relations system and employment legislation;
  • Learn how to deal with different types of workplace problems, including absenteeism;
  • poor performance, and misconduct;
  • Understand alternate dispute resolution, the grievance process and arbitration.

Additional Comments

Students should bring along a copy of the Quick Guide to Employment Standards

(http://www.gov.mb.ca/labour/standards/doc,quick_guide,factsheet.html )

 

Upcoming Classes

Call (204) 982-6633 to register today!

DPS 59035 1801 Managing in a Unionized Environment Instructor: TBA
Fri -
to (1 class)
$200
Wesley and Buhler Buildings