Happy New Year!

Meredith and Jim want to wish you a Happy New Year and a great 2012!

We’ve begun to see positive signs for employers and employees. The economy is slowly improving from the depths it had reached. Employment is picking up, and indications are it will continue to improve. Congress has passed an extension of unemployment benefits, if only for the short term.

Even with these improvements, we still have a long way to go. It is important for employers and employees to work together to find ways to preserve jobs.

Some people like to point fingers, blaming others for workplace problems or economic concerns. This is usually accompanied by a simple, faulty analysis. These behaviors have little chance of resolving problems.

Working together is the key to careful identification of the real problems, finding creative solutions, and implementing them with the best chance of buy-in.

Organizations that want to establish a cooperative environment normally need assistance to make it happen. That’s where we come in. We are always ready to meet with you to discuss your organization and its unique circumstances.

Remember, as a not-for-profit we can provide our services at significantly lower cost than for profit consultants. Give us a call. Saving jobs and keeping your business strong is worth it.

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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 http://calmc.org
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