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Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Announcing the next KJK Breakfast Briefing: How to Stay Union Free in a Union-Friendly World

Join KJK’s Labor & Employment attorneys to learn How to Stay Union Free in a Union-Friendly World. Capitol Hill is gearing up for one of its most contentious fights in decades as Congress takes sides over the Employee Free Choice Act. If passed, the EFCA will radically alter our labor laws by making it much easier for unions to be certified (whether the change in law authorizes certification by way of a simple majority of signed authorization cards and without a secret ballot election, by an election after a much shortened period of time for the employer to campaign against the union, or otherwise). Even if the EFCA never becomes law, there are a lot of lessons to learn about how best to position your business to keep unions out.

We will not only discuss what the EFCA is and how it will affect your business, but also offer some essential tips on how to effectively manage your workforce to make union penetration less likely, no matter what form the new law ultimately takes. This free Breakfast Briefing is crucial for any business that is and wants to remain union free.

  • Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009

  • Time: 8:00-8:30 Continental Breakfast
                 8:30-9:30 Presentation
                 9:30-10:00 Q&As

  • Place: The Club at Key Center, 127 Public Square, Cleveland (on-site parking is free)

If you are interested in attending this free seminar, or for more information, please contact Andrea Hill, (216) 736-7234 or, by May 11, 2009.