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Educational and Training Opportunities....

To discuss individual training opportunities

Karen Lyons
Assistant to the President
St. Louis Labor Council, AFL-CIO
3301 Hollenberg Drive
Bridgeton, MO  63044

The St. Louis Labor Council prides itself on continuing education and ongoing training for its members.  

2014 Labor Law Breakfast Series
Wednesday, February 12, 2014


The NLRA Outside of the Collective Bargaining Relationship


Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act affords protections to private sector union and non-union employees alike.  This program will discuss recent NLRB decisions concerning the Section 7 rights of employees in non-union and pre-union settings.  Special attention will be paid to employer policies, including confidentiality, non-disparagement, employment-at-will, solicitation and distribution, and others

Presenter: Emily Perez, Attorney, Hammond & Shinners

8:00 am  Special BREAKFAST BUFFET
8:30-9:30 am  PRESENTATION

LOCATION: IBEW Local 1439 Hall, 2121 59th St, 63110 Use the back entrance to the meeting hall.  Parking is available on the street, in the back lot, or at the Glaziers Hall at 5916 Wilson Ave.

Cost: $15/person if $150 annual fee has not been paid (may be paid at breakfast).
Checks payable to: St. Louis County Extension Council
Mail to: University of Missouri Extension, 10650 Gateway Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63132

The Labor Law Breakfast Series, held on the second Wednesday of every month, is sponsored by University of Missouri Extension.
For more info or to register by phone or email, contact Rob Russell at or 314-400-7635.




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