Yes, you can have a productive relationship with a union and run a business. It’s all about keeping the big picture in mind. We’ll train your organization’s leaders to accomplish their goals while respecting the confines of the labor agreement.
Your goals are ours. We’ll craft the right strategy and approach to reach them, and guide you every step of the way.
direct relationships maintained
increase in retention within 45 days
longest-standing employee relationships firm
Start by leveraging your organization’s strengths. We can assist you in creating this strategy and handle first-chair negotiations if necessary.
Communications are critical for reducing divisiveness and preserving leverage at the bargaining table, ensuring you leave negotiations ready to move the company forward. Being prepared to handle a potential strike may help you avoid one altogether.
Training supervisors to work under a union contract is a missed opportunity to prevent the union from eroding the contract, and it can help you gain leverage for the next bargaining table.
When buyer’s remorse sets in among the workforce, it’s essential for them to be able to lawfully get answers to questions about managing a union.