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Upskill Your ER Staff with Union Campaign Simulation and CUE Cert Course in Minneapolis

CUE Newsletter for Friday, August 17, 2018

It won’t be a shock if you follow politics, but it looks like the 2018 midterm elections and the general election in 2020 will be driven by a sharply divided population with Democrats leaning progressively left more than ever, and the Republicans continuing their veer to the conservative right under President Trump.

According to The Hill, Bernie Sanders and democratic socialism increasingly look to be winning over the Democratic Party, raising concerns among some Democrats about whether it could hurt the party in this year’s midterms, and the presidential race of 2020.

Bernie Sanders lost the war but won the battle to reshape the party,” said Brad Bannon, a Democratic strategist.

Peter List points out that Senator Elizabeth Warren just proposed new legislation, that if it were ever to pass, will “destroy capitalism,” according to Jeffrey Miron, Harvard director of undergraduate studies.

This California bill would mandate women on company boards.

And it’s not just politics, as can be seen in this article shared by Terry Dunn. Check out the start-up incubator known as The Workers Lab. The Workers Lab is a union-backed accelerator working on ways to disrupt capitalism.

CUE Labor and Employee Relations Certification Course
Do you have members of your HR or Operations team who are new to employee and labor relations and need to upskill? The CUE Certification course is the perfect way to help them get up to speed. Offered once a year as part of the CUE Conference, the Certification course offers sessions spread over 3 days devoted to teaching staff the basic elements of labor relations at the very low member price of $220.00.

9/24 Monday 1:15 – 4:45 PM Labor and Employee Relations Basics in the Workplace

9/25 Tuesday 1:15- 4:45 PM Basics of Labor Law

9/26 Wednesday 8:00 -11:30 AM – Election Campaign Simulation

The Wednesday campaign simulation is also available as a stand-alone post-conference workshop. (CUE members @ $160.00, non-members @ $200)

Fall 2018 CUE Conference

The Fall 2018 CUE Conference is the community event for leaders who believe in and promote positive employee relations in the workplace. With stellar networking opportunities built into the event and the most up-to-date information on labor/employee relations and engagement trends, CUE keeps you ahead of the curve in today’s rapidly changing labor environment!

Need a taste of what we will be talking about at CUE? Check out this TED talk from Justine Constantine: You Are Stronger Than You Think You Are

There’s no better time to register for the Fall 2018 CUE Conference. Members enjoy the full conference experience for $875. Non-members $1,250 Register here.

Hotel block rate available until August 31st at $219 a night: Hyatt Regency Minneapolis

Employee Engagement

Keynote: Leadership Approachability and Improving Retention – Phil Wilson

How Best Buy Fosters an Engaged Culture

Moving Beyond the Employee Survey

The Four Things Your Leaders Must Have to Be Successful: Soft Skills For Leaders (and why they matter now more than ever!)

Analytics and Assessments; the Science and Art of Preventing Dysfunction

Positive Employee Relations

Union Rebranding: A Look at Emerging Organizing Trends and How Best to Defend

2018 Labor Law and Policy Update

Labor Relations 101

Case Study: Minnesota Home Health Care Campaign

Case Study: Jimmy John’s Corporate Campaign

Anatomy of a Campaign – Peter List

The Robots are Coming! The Robots are Coming!

Driving Business Outcomes

Keynote: Beyond Political Correctness: Inclusion and Equality in Modern Employee Relations – Sarah Morgan

The Cost of Unionization and ROI of remaining union-free – Jim Gray

Using Virtual Reality to Improve Positive Employee Relations Training

Your Brand is in Trouble: Internal and External Crisis Communication Planning – Nick Kalm

“From We Will to At Will” – Justin Constantine