Join us on November 10th for three great sessions.
The Staffing Dilemma—Addressing Employer Recruiting Challenges
Panelists discus workforce shortages and how employers are addressing this challenge through educational initiatives and innovative solutions, including adult apprenticeships and alternative talent pools.
What’s on your mind when it comes to labor negotiations? Get the latest tips and strategies from experienced labor professionals David Croysdale from Michael Best and Fredrich, David Hertel from Husch Blackwell, and Scott Paulsen from MRA.
Confidential Roundtable Discussion
Join this lively discussion on the current state of labor contract negotiations.
Attend the bi-annual Labor Relations Forum for expert speakers and a confidential look into the latest trends in union negotiation, including:
- Pay increases
- Benefit updates such as vacation time, pension and 401k
- Insurance benefit packages, with a focus on package details
- Union contracts
- Labor Contract Settlement Report provided to participants
This program has been applied for HR recertification credits.
HRCI: 1.75 HR (General)
SHRM PDCs: 3
David Croysdale, Partner, Michael Best & Friedrich
David is a zealous and unrelenting advocate in employment and labor relations matters. A seasoned practitioner, David maintains a keen focus on helping clients manage employment law and corporate law risk by point-of-decision counsel and through the general counsel relationship.
David Hertel, Partner, Husch Blackwell
David has represented management in all aspects of labor and employment law. A significant part of David's practice is representing management in labor contract negotiations, unfair labor practice proceedings, labor grievances and arbitrations, and responses to union organizing efforts.
Tim Hake, Director of Human Resources & Safety, Hayes Performance System
Tim has been in Human Resources for over 20 years, primarily in manufacturing and healthcare. Tim has worked in union and non-union facilities and recently concluded a five year labor agreement with the United Steelworkers Local 8149. Hayes Performance Systems is currently partnering with the Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership (WRTP) for employee development utilizing apprenticeships for factory personnel.
Susan Koehn, Director, M7 Talent Partnership
Susan focuses on aligning workforce with growth opportunities in high potential industry clusters and has worked with the region’s WIRED Initiative and the Southeast Wisconsin Workforce Development Board.
Dr. Morna K. Foy, President, Wisconsin Technical College System
Dr. Foy focuses on the innovation necessary to deliver relevant, valuable learning opportunities for students at every stage of their lives and careers, and a reliable talent pipeline for employers in every sector and of the state.
Jim Morgan, VP, Member Experience, MRA - The Management Association
Jim has facilitated strategic planning sessions for businesses, chambers of commerce, and economic development groups, primarily around developing a talent pipeline for employers and coordinated a statewide initiative to address Wisconsin’s talent shortage.
Scott Paulsen, Labor Relations Director, MRA - The Management Association
Scott provides labor relations expertise to employers in all sectors, including contract negotiations and administration, grievance and arbitration representation, unfair labor practice charge representation, training workshops, phone consultation, and government regulation compliance.