You’re Invited to a Webinar!

Do you want to know more about why employee-management partnerships are important to employers and employees?

On Thursday, May 26, CALMC will present our first webinar, “Joint Leadership Teams: A smart way of doing business”. The program will begin at 10 A.M., and last about 45 minutes.

The webinar will highlight the top reasons for using joint labor-management teams. These teams can provide great value in solving problems, enhancing competitiveness, and helping retain jobs. They provide a system for involving employees and using their knowledge of the job to benefit everyone, including your customers.

The webinar is free, but you have to register to participate. To sign up, go to:

The webinar will be presented by Jim Cowles from CALMC, along with the directors of our sister organizations, Sandy Simon from the University of Toledo and Sandi Kennedy from Wright State University. Following the presentation, participants will have the chance to ask questions and discuss the content.

The session will be the first of what we hope will be a series of webinars on topics related to job retention through labor-management cooperation and employee involvement.

We like the webinar format, as it enables participants to watch live and participate in the discussion. For those who cannot be there on the 26th, the webinar will also be available for them to watch at their convenience.

We hope you will join us for the webinar and be part of the program.

About CALMC Blog

Columbus Area Labor-Management Committee is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to involving employers and employees to preserve jobs, resolve workplace issues, and promote labor-management cooperation. Visit our website at
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