Organizations with and without unions rely on MPI Consulting’s services during negotiations, collective bargaining and for the development of effective employee engagement practices.
Human Resources plays a major role in the basic tenets of labor management relations, which have to do with employee rights, election activities, collective bargaining and settling disputes. The most important things to know include how you respond to employees’ request for representation by a union, as well as what to do when represented employees complain about working conditions.
Unionization can be extremely costly for an organization. You must be aware of activities that can’t be engaged in during the period between the petition filing and a union election. MPI Consulting has a 42 year history in over 350 campaigns with a more than 90% success rate in helping clients remain union free. As a full service Human Resource company, MPI Consulting specializes in working with clients to develop preventative employee strategies to avoid 3rd part organizing attempts in key areas such as: Labor Relations, Strategic HR Consulting, Organizational Development, Employee Surveys and Employee Engagement Strategies, Front Line Manager and Supervisor Training, as well as Market Compensation and Benefits Analysis. MPI Consulting works directly with employers or with employer’s General Counsel to manage labor campaigns in partnership with more than 150 law firms across the U.S. to help clients remain union free.
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EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER RELATIONSHIPS
Build more positive employee/ employer relationships. Manage labor challenges proactively to ensure a positive outcome that benefits the company and its employees.
- Employee Relations Assessments
- Employee Relations Strategies and Activation
- Team-Building and Leadership Development
- Effective Communications
- Cultural Competence Training
- Compensation and Benefits Consulting
- Employee Engagement Best Practices
- Corporate Campaign Management
- Win-Win Labor Relations and Negotiation