CALMC On-Line Updates

This week, we want to mention some changes in how you can access CALMC and our services at your convenience. We have been working on our web site and our CALMC On Demand training.

We are in the process of updating our website, We hope to provide more information about employee engagement and how to use in in your organization.

Although the web site is still under construction, we have put it on line and will continue to make changes. (We are having problems with the strange behavior of the navigation buttons on the front page. Please let us know if you have any ideas about why it is happening.) Take a look at the site and let us know what you think.

While you are there, check out our CALMC On Demand pages. We have been placing brief, introductory programs on a number of topics related to labor-management cooperation and employee involvement. These programs had been stored as PowerPoint programs, but they took too long to download in that format. They are now available as video files using the web site and YouTube. This will make them easier to load and easier to watch in a variety of ways, including your mobile device.

In conjunction with this, we also have a CALMC Channel on YouTube. We will continue to add new videos and introductory programs to this page and our web site, enabling you to take advantage of CALMC training and support at your convenience.

Remember our CALMC page on Facebook, where we post updates, ideas for teams, and pictures from meetings, training, and other events. Check it out, and hit the “Like” button while you are there.

Our page on LinkedIn also contains information about our blog, activities, and training. Combined with the other sites and this blog, we will continue to provide you with information you can use to help build effective employee engagement, problem solving, and cooperative efforts.

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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