Monthly Archives: January 2013

What Labor-Management Committees Should NOT Do

We have written a lot about the advantages of having a cooperative, problem solving labor management committee and the kind of things they can do. This week, I want to take a look at the topic from the other side. … Continue reading

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CALMC Updates and an Invitation

I want to share a newsletter we sent to our membership this week. I contains information about what we have been doing and an invitation to a strategic planning session in February. We want to get input on the future … Continue reading

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Dealing With a Bad Performance Review

A while ago, one of our readers sent us a link to an interesting article, What to Do if Your Boss Gives You a Bad Performance Review. The author offers several good suggestions for those who may have been caught … Continue reading

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The Fiscal Cliff and Getting To Yes

Last week with all the issues of the Fiscal Cliff in the U.S., there was a blog on Huffington Post by one of their regular bloggers.  He was complaining about the inability of party leadership to negotiate a deal.  The … Continue reading

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