Happy New Year!

We want to take a moment to wish all of our readers a Happy New Year. We appreciate you taking your time to read and respond to these blogs.

We also pause to remember the individuals and groups with whom we worked in 2019. CALMC conducted numerous rounds of training, facilitation, and assessments. Over 40 groups participated in our membership meetings, training, or other events.. We appreciate their support and interest in labor-management cooperation and effective problem solving.

2020 will mark the 34th year for CALMC. During that time we have established a record of delivering high-quality, low-cost services to our members and clients, and we promise to continue this record. Stay with us, because based on what we already have coming up it should be an interesting year.

Later in January we will continue to look at factors impacting worker burnout, along with a possible solution proposed by a researcher. We also want to discuss data-based decision making and the need for good, valid information. Later on, we will review our predictions for 2019 and offer a look at the trends in labor-management relations we for see for this year.

In the meantime, have a great NewYear, and we hope to see you in 2020.

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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