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Are you interested in learning more about the values, philosophies and principles underlying successful joint labor-management approaches to solving mutual problems?

Learn the answers to: Why should we change? What do we change? How do we go about changing?
Orientation to Joint Labor-Management Initiatives provides labor and management leaders an examination of the philosophy and values that form the foundation for labor-management cooperation, a look at concrete examples of companies and unions that have successfully implemented new work relationships, and a chance for company and union participants to engage in a mediator-facilitated dialogue about the potential impact of cooperative labor-management programs within their organization.

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  • Acquaint the parties with the forces driving change in the fundamental labor-management relationship
  • Make the parties aware of how joint cooperative approaches may assist them in adapting to change more effectively

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Orientation to Joint Labor-Management Initiatives

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