CUE is a non-profit, member-led community that provides the latest best practices for improving labor and employee relations. CUE has over 100 member organizations representing a cross-section of business and industry, from small firms to Fortune 500 companies. We are dedicated to assisting organizations that believe that their employees deserve a workplace that is built around flexibility, productivity, quality of work life, fairness, and the opportunity to succeed and participate in decisions affecting one's future.
To assist employers in establishing and maintaining positive and forward-looking workplace practices.
Enabling as many employers as possible to provide the best employee experience.
We believe that the most successful work environments are created when employers empower employees to share their needs & demonstrate that commitment through the development of fair & consistent employee policies & practices.
CUE provides a unique environment in which expertise is provided on topics concerning creating the best possible work environment, building communication pathways, and labor relations. CUE provides access to the knowledge and insight necessary to create and maintain a great place to work for all.
In every work environment, employers must constantly adapt their policies & practices to ensure that the organization's business & operating goals are met with the help of an engaged, focused, & appreciated workforce. CUE provides timely updates on issues allowing employers to proactively evolve & develop their positive employment and labor relations programs.
In addition to cutting edge education, CUE provides a private community of like-minded leaders across a variety of industries with whom professionals can ask questions, share best practices and encourage along the journey.
Early in her career, Elizabeth learned how membership nonprofits could move forward a mission, multiplying impact by providing the opportunity for those working toward a common purpose to share information, insight, and experiences. New to the labor relations landscape, Elizabeth is dedicated to using her organizational expertise to further the mission and foster the community of CUE members.
The CUE Consultants Advisory Committee (CCAC) is a carefully-selected group of experts in labor relations strategies and consulting, employee engagement, training, analysis/research and communications. The widely-recognized and -respected members of the CCAC have decades of experience across a wide range of industries in virtually every conceivable labor and employee situation, and are pleased to freely share their insights and expertise with CUE members at CUE conferences and beyond.
The Labor Lawyers Advisory Committee (LLAC) is comprised of a group of highly experienced and knowledgeable labor lawyers from throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico who have spent their professional careers helping businesses navigate the complexities of labor law and employee relations. The LLAC’s primary purpose is to provide CUE and its members with legal information, strategic insight about compliance with the law, and advice about employee relations. As part of their commitment to CUE, LLAC members actively participate in CUE meetings and workshops to enhance CUE members’ legal knowledge and employee-relations skills. LLAC attorneys also provide ongoing valuable legal information and strategic advice to keep our members union free and, when needed, may be engaged to assist companies through union organizing campaigns, collective bargaining, and the litigation of grievances, arbitrations, and NLRB proceedings.
We encourage you to review the website and contact us if you have additional questions.
How do I become a member of CUE?
Joining CUE is easy. There are just a few steps.
Step 1: Send an email requesting an invitation to join CUE. Introduce your company and provide essential information, such as your purpose and the number of employees.
Step 2: Upon acceptance, an invoice will be sent by email for your annual membership. Upon payment of the invoice, congratulations! Your company officially becomes a member of CUE.
Step 3: As a member of CUE, your whole team enjoys the benefits. Share the contact information for key representatives and other team members who should be included in the CUE membership.
Click here to request your invitation and start your journey with CUE.
What are the benefits of becoming a member?
CUE helps members stay on the cutting edge of labor relations by providing education and information through various resources.
As a member company, you have access to:
Our highly regarded semi-annual conferences at a substantial discount,
Opportunities for learning and networking throughout the year, including regional connections, members-only webinars, senior-level mastermind workgroups & educational workshops,
Timely updates on the latest developments in labor and employee relations via our CUE Newsletters,
Free access to legal and consulting expertise through the Labor Lawyers Advisory Committee (LLAC) and CUE Consultants Advisory Committee (CCAC), and
Access to CUE’s website and private members-only portal.
When a company joins CUE with an annual membership, the entire team you designate is then granted access to the CUE member benefits.
What is the membership fee?
The membership fee is based on the number of employees in your company. Reach out to CUE at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out the rates for your company.
How can I renew my membership?
Thirty days before your membership expiration, an email with an invoice is sent to the Key Contact on the company account. Upon payment by credit card or check, the membership is renewed.
How can I update my contact information?
Profile updates can be made through CUE’s online membership portal. To make updates, log into the portal. Click “My Profile” on the first page. To edit details, click “Edit Profile.” When completed, click “Save Profile.”
I am a Key Contact. How do I update the profiles linked to our company?
To update the contacts associated with your company, log in to the CUE online portal. Click My Profile. Then click My Organization and then Org Members. From there, you can add profiles, unlink profiles, and select additional Key Contacts.
I cannot remember my username or password. How do I retrieve that information?
On the member login page, you can retrieve your username by providing the work email associated with your account. Your password can also be retrieved from the login page. You can also reach out to the director at email@example.com for assistance.
How can I get involved in the CUE's activities or initiatives?
All CUE members are invited to attend any event in which they are interested. One can also become involved with the community by posting or answering a question within the CUE online portal.
Can members serve on the organization's board or committees?
CUE members have many opportunities to contribute to the CUE community. A perfect first step is to attend a conference. Next, join the conference planning committee. From there, you can explore all the opportunities available, including being part of CUE’s board.
Are there any exclusive events or programs for members?
All CUE events outside the semiannual conferences are exclusive to CUE membership.
Is there a member directory or networking platform available?
CUE does not provide a member directory, but it is easy to communicate with CUE members through our online community. To enter the community, simply log in here.
How do I register for an event?
To register for an event, log into your CUE online portal. Then, click on the event you would like to attend and complete the form. Once registered, a confirmation email will be sent confirming the details of the event. A calendar invitation will also be sent for some events, including webinars.
Can I register other members of my team for an event?
Yes. In the registration form, select “Register Guest” to include a member of your team. If you are the Key Contact for your organization, you can also register team members using the “Register Linked Profiles” button.
Are non-CUE members allowed to attend CUE events?
All CUE events outside the semiannual conferences are exclusive to CUE membership. To attend, don’t hesitate to get in touch with CUE at firstname.lastname@example.org to request information about pursuing membership or complete the request for an invitation by completing the membership form.
For the semiannual CUE conferences, both Fall and Spring, CUE welcomes representatives from potential member companies. Please note that registration for CUE Conferences is limited to employees of private sector companies. All non-member attendees must be approved for attendance, so please do not make any nonrefundable travel arrangements prior to confirmation of your registration.