Monthly Archives: January 2015

A Look At The American Labor Movement At A Crossroads Conference

Last week a conference was held to look at new approaches for American unions. The American Labor Movement At A Crossroads Conference gained a lot of attention from unions and interested parties. The conference was moved to accommodate a bigger … Continue reading

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Remembering an Advocate for Working People

This Monday is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. day in the United States. It is a day set aside to remember the work of Dr. King in advancing the Civil Rights movement through his non-violent principles. What many forget is … Continue reading

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U. S. Presidents Encourage Unions, Employee Engagement Processes

Last week the White House hosted a summit to discuss ways workers can be more involved in the workplace such as forming and joining unions or, in the case of non-union facilities, just playing a role or being engaged in … Continue reading

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The Conclusion of One Hour Productive Meetings

We have done a few blogs on how to have productive one hour meetings. This will be the final blog on that topic. A problem solving process was used to guide or use as a format for the one hour … Continue reading

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Did You Know: Meeting Minutes Can Hurt the Effectiveness of Your Meetings

Meeting minutes can cause problems for teams. It may be difficult to get a member to volunteer to take the minutes. Getting someone to type them or be responsible for their distribution can be problematic. What is even worse, however, … Continue reading

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