Category Archives: Worker Adjustment Committees

Assistance to employees and families impacted by a downsizing or closure.

A Look Back at 2014, and a Look Forward to 2015

This week, most of us will be celebrating the beginning of a new year. As we reach the end of 2014, we want to pause to look back at the past year. It was a year where the attacks on … Continue reading

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A Reminder – Employee Transition Committees

Our work this week brought to mind a topic we have not written about for a while. Although the improving economy has resulted in fewer layoffs and less downsizing, they still take place. When they do, remember the importance of … Continue reading

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What Can Labor-Management Committees and Employee Involvement Teams Do? – Part 4

This week we will conclude the list of topics Labor-Management Committees and Employee Engagement Teams have resolved. The last three posts have mentioned several areas, and we will add more examples of employee involvement opportunities this time. Promotion Policies – … Continue reading

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Worker Transition Committees and Unemployment

We’ve been blogging about Worker Transition Committees and the role they play in helping displaced workers. Transition committees help shorten the time it takes people to find their next job. As of this writing, Congress is still considering whether to … Continue reading

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More on Worker Transition Committees

In a recent blog, we discussed worker transition committees (also known as worker adjustment committees) and how they help by giving displaced worker the skills and tools they need to find their next job more quickly. The path to the … Continue reading

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Worker Transition Committees

In the past few months, we have spent a great deal of time with worker transition committees. These are labor-management committees formed to help workers who are being downsized. While the circumstances are unfortunate, the committees provide labor and management … Continue reading

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Jobs Forum Agenda – Join us on May 4

For a couple of weeks, we’ve mentioned the CALMC Membership Meeting on May 4, featuring the forum Jobs – Preservation, Jobs – Creation, and Jobs – Transition. Here is the complete agenda for the forum: 8:00 A.M.        Registration, CALMC … Continue reading

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More Information About the May 4 membership Meeting

This week, we want to give you more information about our upcoming membership meeting and business development forum. The event will be held at the River Club (formerly known as the Confluence Restaurant), 679 West Spring Street in Columbus. Parking … Continue reading

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Worker Adjustment Committees

We spent a great deal of time the last few days dealing with the aftermath of Governor Kasich’s budget announcement. The unfortunate outcome of some of the cuts he announced has been the potential loss of hundreds of state jobs. … Continue reading

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