Labor Law for Non-Unionized Employers: Best Practices for NLRA Compliance

Labor Law for Non-Unionized Employers:
Best Practices for NLRA Compliance
– Presented By Trevor Caldwell –
“We don’t have a union, so the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) doesn’t apply to us, right?” Not so fast! This question is often posed by employers who do not employ unionized workers. However, many non-unionized employers are surprised to learn that parts of the NLRA apply to every employer, and not knowing the law greatly raises the risk of inadvertently violating it. We’re here to help!
On March 10th join Trevor Caldwell for a discussion on federal and state labor relations laws and their applicability in the non-unionized workplace. We will discuss the basics of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), as well as scenarios in which your non-unionized employees may be covered by labor laws. Finally, we will discuss best practices to educate supervisors, mitigate compliance risk, and maximize the efficiency of workplace operations.

Designed for HR professionals, business owners, and in-house counsel,

this seminar is eligible for one OSB CLE credit or one self-reported HRCI/SHRM credit.

Breakfast and materials will be provided.

Date & Time
March 10, 2020 | Check-in opens at 7:15 am | Program from 7:45 – 8:45 am
Location
Multnomah Athletic Club | 1849 SW Salmon St. | Portland, OR 97205
Cost
$35 per person. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, or check accepted.

To RSVP, please email Jessica at jtimm@barran.com with your name and the name/email addresses of any guests. We will then email you a link for payment and completion of registration.

If paying by check, please make checks payable to Barran Liebman and mail them to:
601 SW 2nd Avenue, Suite 2300 | Portland, OR 97204

       About the Speaker

Trevor Caldwell represents employers in traditional labor law and employment law matters. With a specialized labor practice and focus on the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, contract administration, arbitration, and representation before state and federal agencies, Trevor works closely with employers of all sizes to implement effective workplace policies that mitigate legal risk and advance clients’ unique business goals.  He also frequently provides employment law trainings for both employees and supervisors.

Trevor is actively involved with the Oregon State Bar where he serves as the Chair for the Military and Veterans Law Section, and is a member of the Labor and Employment Law Section.  He is also a member of the Multnomah Bar Association Professionalism Committee, and previously served on the Young Lawyers Section Pro Bono Committee, where he directed the Wills for Heroes Clinic.  Before beginning his legal career, Trevor served on active duty as a Captain in the U.S. Army. He has been a member of the Oregon National Guard since leaving active duty, and currently serves as an attorney in the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate (JAG).