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LRI is the nation’s leading full service labor and positive employee relations consulting firm.
We help our clients earn, protect and retain their direct relationship privilege, as we have for nearly 40 years. We also help leaders in unionized work places protect management flexibility and engage their represented employees. We do this by teaching Approachable Leadership™ and educating leaders how to communicate lawfully, respectfully and effectively. We are the go-to partner for clients seeking to assess and mitigate risk, maintain early warning of employee relations problems, and prepare leaders for respectful and effective conversations that teach.
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Direct Relationships Preserved
Need to educate employees during a union campaign? Want to work with the leaders and best? You’re in the right place.
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- Former union organizers & officials
The right message and the right medium, all reinforcing the campaign sequence.
- Videos (off-the shelf, custom, union-specific)
- PowerPoint Presentations
- Campaign Websites (dark sites, social pages)
- Posters, flyers, memos, & much more
Everything needed to paint the true picture of the union behind the organizer.
- Library of 10 databases
- Strike history
- Financial records
- Constitutions & bylaws
Campaign Specialty Items
Physical, compelling reminders that reinforce your message.
- Strike computers
- Warranty coupon books
Forty years. Over 10,000 elections. More than a quarter-million direct relationships preserved. The most wins and satisfied clients – period.
What Our Clients Say
Educated, cared-for employees will never listen to the empty promises of union organizers. Stay Left of Boom by creating a positive workplace.
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- Supervisor DNA Assessment
- Front-Line Supervisor Training
- Employee Engagement Surveys
- Company culture videos
- Print communication tools
- Website and social media
LRI wrote the book on creating a positive workplace where engaged employees don’t consider unions.
Left of Boom is the comprehensive (441-page) guide to creating a positive workplace where employees are engaged and unions are irrelevant. Get your copy today. Available in our bookstore, or on Amazon.com
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The Approachability Playbook is a practical 110-page toolkit for leaders who want to improve connection with their teammates. Both are available in our bookstore, or on Amazon.com
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Positive labor relations when working with a union demands a strategic approach. Don’t get stuck in the weeds!
Get the Best Deal
Get what you need at the bargaining table.
- Bargaining Preparation
- Contract Negotiations
- Close the Deal
Positive Labor Relations
- Opportunity Assessment
- Manage with a Union
- Constructive Discipline
- Relationship Building
- Strike Preparation
- Business Continuity
- Contract Campaign Defense
Become Union Free
- Respond to Employees
Can you have a productive relationship with a union and still run a business? You can if your leaders follow the guidance in this book.
Working with a union requires different skills, and demands that you constantly keep the big picture in mind. It is easy to get caught in the mentality of simply moving from one contract negotiation to the next. Managing the Union Shop is a practical, accessible 89-page guide on how to balance the challenges of leading in a unionized operation. Great advice on keeping the gains you made in bargaining, to handling relationships with union officials, to leading unionized employees, and much more. Get a copy for your whole leadership team - they’ll be glad you did!
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