Strategic HR: What Nonunion Employers Need to Know About the NLRA eCourse


Strategic HR:
What Nonunion Employers Need to Know About the NLRA


April 25 – May 23

A new era of labor law reform is sweeping the nation. Are you, and your employer, prepared? Are you confident your workplace can remain union-free?

As the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) new and intense focus sweeps the nation, it is becoming more challenging for employers to remain union-free. Register today for this five-week eCourse,Strategic HR: What Nonunion Employers Need to Know about the NLRA, designed to provide you with a complete understanding of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA), employees' rights and unfair labor practices. The eCourse will furnish you with the knowledge you need to implement compliant labor relation policies and prepare your supervisors so they can resolve employee conflicts in a constructive manner, helping avoid employee unrest.

All eCourse attendees will receive full access to XpertHR through May 2014 (a value of more than $150) as part of the course. XpertHR provides practical federal, state and municipal employment law guidance designed around the needs of HR professionals to help comply with employment law, maintain best practices and stay up to date with HR trends and hot topics.

What You Need to Know

For the first time in a decade, a revitalized NLRB has a full, Senate-confirmed quorum and sits poised and ready to move forward on a number of important labor issues. It has already brought high profile cases against several employers, including Wal-Mart and UPMC, highlighting that union avoidance requires full knowledge of the process and legal landmines.

This Strategic HR: What Nonunion Employers Need to Know about the NLRA eCourse, held Fridays at 1pm ET and bought to you by the EANJ and XpertHR, is the first program in the country to help human resource professionals lead their organizations both strategically and legally. Register today for just $495 and be eligible for 5 HRCI credits!

This 5 week eCourse will show you how to achieve positive employee relations, through employer-led actions and programs. Register today to help your organization build stronger employer-employee relationships and reduce the risk of unionization.

Each one hour session, presented by John Sarno Esq., president of EANJ, will detail useful information to help you understand this new era of labor law reform, covering:

  • Session 1 - April 25th: Understanding the National Labor Relations Act
  • Session 2 - May 2nd: Worker Rights and Unfair Labor Practices
  • Session 3 - May 9th: Developing a Strategic Role for Supervisors
  • Session 4 - May 16th: Communications, Positive Discipline and Performance Evaluations
  • Session 5 - May 23rd: Implementing Legally Compliant Labor Relations Policies

Who Should Attend

All HR Professionals interested in mastering the new labor reform laws and reducing their organization's risk.

Each participant will be eligible to receive 1 HRCI credit per weekly session, for a total of 5 possible credits for the entire Training Course.

Attendance Requirements

The eCourse will begin Friday, April 25 and run every Friday through May 23. There will be 5 total sessions, each lasting 60 minutes. Sessions will start at 1:00 PM ET.

These sessions will be conducted online via GoToMeeting and registrants will need access to a computer connected to the Internet as well as a telephone to dial-in to the eCourse.

Please note that courses are meant to build upon the knowledge gained in previous sessions, and as such are not offered individually.

The cost of the eCourse series is $495. Payment must be made via PayPal or Credit Card.

All sessions will be recorded and made available to registrants.

New registrations will be accepted until 12 noon ET on April 24th, 2014. Cancellations must be received by 5:00 ET on Tuesday April 22. Refunds will not be granted for any cancellations after this time.

This eCourse has been approved by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI)

Be eligible for 5 HRCI credits.

The use of this seal is not an endorsement by the HR Certification Institute of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met the HR Certification Institute's criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.

John J. Sarno, Esq.

John brings over two decades of experience as a lawyer, educator and public administrator. He received a BA in Psychology from Ramapo College of New Jersey, an MA in counseling, and JD from Seton Hall University. John has litigated employment cases in State and Federal courts and has argued landmark cases before the Federal Courts of Appeal.

John advises companies in many areas of employment and labor law, including EEO, ADA, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, drug and alcohol testing and employment discrimination. Author of numerous articles and a book helping employers stay out of court, John has extensive experience as a trainer in various management issues.

John Sarno is president and general counsel of the Employers Association of New Jersey (EANJ), a non-profit trade association.

EANJ staff advise employers on the full range of labor, employment and health care issues, train HR managers and line supervisors, take positions in high impact employment cases and comment on regulations.

Mr. Sarno and the EANJ staff are frequent speakers and panelists.