LA Trade-Technical College / Labor Arbitration

September 9th & 16th, 2017

There’s a lot at stake when a grievance goes to arbitration, both for individual union members and for the contract itself. That’s why as the final step in the process, arbitration requires thoughtful analysis and preparation as well as careful attention to detail.
Taught by attorney and veteran arbitrator Lou Zigman, this fast-paced, informative and enjoyable two-Saturday class teaches union stewards, staff officers and activists – as well as management professionals – the basics of arbitration, including a step by step approach to making the case.
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Los Angeles Trade Tech - Labor Arbitration

LACMTA Contract update!

Attention all LACMTA Unit Members:  Tuesday January 3, 2017 at L.A. Building & Construction Trades Council 1626 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles Ca 90026, we will be holding our monthly membership meetings at 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. We will review our proposals for the upcoming negotiations and voting on the proposals. Please make every attempt to attend one of the meetings. No Proxy / absentee voting no exceptions.

Thank You,

Your Executive Board

Grievance Handling Skills

Develop the Skills and the Confidence to Investigate, Prepare and to Persuade the other side to Achieve Mutual Resolutions.

The grievance procedure is a powerful tool for the enforcement of collective bargaining agreements in defending workers’ rights and for ensuring stability for both labor and management.

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In this fast-paced, fun and provocative Saturday/Sunday Summer class on the Trade Tech campus, veteran arbitrator, Lou Zigman, will lead everyone through the various steps and stages of the grievance process for the purpose of RESOLVING grievances.