FLRA REGIONAL OFFICE SEMINARS AVAILABLE

FLRA just distributed the announcement below.  We have found these meetings interesting and helpful.  Sign up fast before all the seats are gone.

Presenters:

FLRA General Counsel, Julia Akins Clark

FLRA Regional Directors and Attorneys

FSIP Executive Director Joe Schimansky

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) Field Mediators

 

Topics:

Overview and update on FLRA OGC, FSIP and FMCS Services

Current issues in federal sector labor law and practice

Labor relationship building and ADR

 

Locations and Dates (all sessions are full day and start at 9AM)

 

 

Raleigh-Durham, NC *

May 19-20, 2015

 

Contact: Melissa Hardy

mhardy@flra.gov

(404) 331-5300 #5011

FULL

Waiting List Only

 

Dallas, TX

June 11, 2015

 

Contact: Socorro Gonzalez-Brey

SGonza@flra.gov

(214) 767-6266 #8011

 

 

 

Phoenix, AZ

June 16, 2015

 

Contact: Enestyne Benford

EPeopl@flra.gov

(303) 844-5224 #1010

 

Los Angeles, CA

June 17, 2015

 

Contact: Richard Armstrong

rarmstrong@flra.gov

(415) 356-5000 #2011

FULL

Waiting List Only

 

 

Philadelphia, PA

July 14, 2015

 

Contact: Joan Cardia

jcardia@flra.gov

(617) 565-5100 #3011

 

 

 

Register for these free and interactive seminars by contacting the local coordinator listed above. Space is limited.

For information on scheduling FLRA labor relations training at your location contact the FLRA Regional Director in your area or OGC Staff Assistant Ameeran Ali aali@flra.org.

 

* FLRA Statutory training will also be offered at the Raleigh-Durham site and is periodically offered in each FLRA Region.  To see a listing of all current Regional Office training opportunities check the  FLRA OGC Training Page.

 

Ameeran Ali

Staff Assistant

Office of the General Counsel

202-218-7759

About AdminUN

FEDSMILL staff has over 40 years of federal sector labor relations experience on the union as well as management side of the table and even some time as a neutral.
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