Negotiating Successful Adjunct Union Collective Bargaining Agreements Webcast Recording

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Whether you are about to enter your first negotiation or are renegotiating a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) for your adjunct faculty, you need to have a defined plan as you enter talks. This webcast will share how to begin the bargaining process, best practices during your negotiations, and next steps as you enter negotiations on your own campus.

Join us online to ensure that you are prepared to enter your CBA negotiations with a plan. We will cover important aspects of negotiation, including:

  • Pay structure/wages
  • General benefits
  • Job security

Who Should Attend

This program is applicable to institutions in the negotiation process or those preparing for adjunct unionization. You may want to participate in this webcast as part of a team that includes:

  • Human resources
  • Provosts
  • Deans
  • Legal counsel
  • CFO
  • Risk management

Additional Resources

In addition to the webcast, your registration includes access to sample collective bargaining agreements. These sample documents will further prepare you for CBA negotiations.

Learning Outcome

After participating in this online training, you will be able to enter the adjunct union collective bargaining process more informed and prepared. 

Agenda

  • Starting the Process
    • Who should be involved?
    • Negotiation strategies
  • Best Practices
    • Job security
    • Pay structure/wages
    • Grievance procedures/arbitration policy
    • Professional development opportunities
    • General benefits, including health benefits
  • Next Steps
    • Incorporate state/local  laws
    • Research and develop your plan
  • Final Q&A

Instructor

Amy Moor Gaylord, Partner, Franczek Radelet

Amy Moor Gaylord is a partner in the labor & employment and higher education law practice groups at Franczek Radelet PC. Amy represents employers in all aspects of labor relations including serving as lead negotiator in collective bargaining negotiations and representing employers in unfair labor practice cases, during union organizing campaigns, in state and federal courts and agencies, and in arbitration hearings.

Amy is on the board of directors for the Chicago chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA). She is also a member of the Chicago Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section; the American Bar Association (ABA), Labor and Employment Section; and the Development of the Law under the National Labor Relations Act committee where she serves as the liaison to the ABA’s Pro Bono Work Committee. Amy was selected as a member of the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law’s 2011 Leadership Development Program which provides leadership training and development to a select group of section members.

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