Unions in Colorado Dealerships: A supervisor's guide to labor law and unionizing
As unions have made their way into some of the most unexpected and unlikely organizations this year — Starbucks and Amazon, for example — some Colorado dealers are worried they may be next.
Thing is, a store's top leadership won't know until it's too late. That's because unions will start infiltrating your store through employees on the front line, such as with your porters.
By the time you get wind of it, you're looking at hundreds of thousands of dollars to turn around the movement, if it's even possible.
Join us Tuesday, August 16 as Fisher Phillips Partner Todd Fredrickson presents: Unions in Colorado Dealerships: A supervisor's guide to labor law and unionizing.
Designed for dealership supervisors and managers, the seminar will run through labor law basics, including rights of the three parties involved: Employers, employees and unions.
He'll walk you through how to recognize union activities, along with the basic ground rules for supervisors.
- How unions make their way into your store
- Who brings unions to your dealership — and why
- TIPS (things you CAN'T do)
- FOES (things you CAN do)
- Your dealership's obligations and rights
- Your employees' rights
- Union obligations and rights
About our presenter
Fisher Phillips Partner Todd Fredrickson practices traditional labor law, where he represents employers in union campaigns, contract negotiations, grievance arbitrations and unfair labor practice charges.
With the goal of avoiding litigation, he regularly counsels employers on a range of personnel management issues, including developing and enforcing proper policies, employee handbooks and employment and compensation agreements, along with compliance with federal and state wage hour laws.
Most of his practice focuses on training supervisors and anagers on such issues as sexual harrassment, discrimination, employee discipline and discharge and investigation of employee grievances.
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
7:30 a.m. Breakfast
8 - 9:30 a.m. Seminar
290 E. Speer Blvd.
$189 First registration
$169 Additional registrations