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ASHHRA Webinars

Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Case: Implications for Private Sector Workplaces
Join us to learn about the Supreme Court’s decision in this pending case and its potential impacts for the public sector union environment and beyond.
Date: Thursday, June 28, 2018, 1:00-2:00pm CT
Cost: $29 ASHHRA Members; $79 Nonmembers
Credits: CHHR 1, SHRM 1, HRCI 1

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Description: In Janus v AFSCME, the US Supreme Court has been asked to decide this term whether a public sector union can require all government employees, including those who do not belong to the union, to pay a fee – commonly known as a “fair share” or “agency” fee – to cover the union’s costs of contract negotiations. In this case, the court specifically is asked to overturn its 1977 decision from Abood v. Detroit Board of Education that permits a public employee union to collect a “fair share” of the costs from every worker regardless of union membership as a violation of the First Amendment free speech rights of non-union members who must pay their “fair share” fees. Janus is arguably an important decision affecting public sector employees and public sector union membership. A decision in favor of the petitioner in this case also could have important future implications for private sector workers and union membership, particularly in those states that are not currently Right to Work states.

Presenters:

G. Roger King G. Roger King, IRI Consultants
Roger King is a highly regarded labor relations and employment attorney, whose career spans more than 40 years. Roger recently retired as a partner with Jones Day law firm. He specializes in labor and employment, health care, collective bargaining, contract administration, and representation campaigns. Roger represented the winning side as co-counsel in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case known as Noel Canning, which successfully challenged President Obama’s authority to make recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. Roger also serves as Senior Labor and Employment Counsel for the HR Policy Association and on the Advocacy Committee of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Association (ASHHRA).
Robert Moll Robert Moll, IRI Consultants
Robert Moll specializes in strategic communications and issues management. During his career Robert has worked with companies and nonprofits in health care, chemicals, energy/utilities, environmental services, higher education, and retail as well as clients in financial and legal services. Robert has counseled management through potential crises and crafted key messaging to educate stakeholders about such issues as organizational change; workforce reductions; mergers/acquisitions; and union organizing campaigns and contract negotiations. Robert has authored case studies and articles about crisis communications and issues management in publications produced by the American Hospital Association, Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development, American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration and PRNews. He is APR-accredited by the Public Relations Society of America.
John Henderson, IRI Consultants
John is a labor and employment lawyer who focuses on positive employee relations and helps employers comply with laws and regulations in an increasingly complicated landscape. In his 27-year career, John has handled more than 250 union organization campaigns, in excess of 100 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) proceedings, and more than 100 employment law administrative hearings. He also has negotiated more than 100 labor contracts and conducted union vulnerability audits; strike management; HR/safety audits and compliance programs; employment law and union-related supervisory training; and HR business practices advice. A graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law, John spent more than nine years advising and representing employers as associate in-house counsel for Mountain States Employers Council Inc. John then spent more than five years as in-house human resources leader for a medium-sized Denver-based company and vice president of human resources for American Medical Response.
About IRI Consultants
For more than three decades, IRI Consultants has helped organizations improve employee engagement and performance, strengthen stakeholder communications, and create positive, productive workplaces. IRI’s team comprises experienced professionals across three practice areas: Labor Relations, Organizational Development, and Communications. IRI is headquartered in metro Detroit, and has offices in Florida and California. The firm’s clients span industries ranging from publicly traded companies to privately held firms to some of the country’s most renowned health care systems.

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Past Webinars

Access all archived ASHHRA webinars on the ASHHRA Learning Portal. On the portal, you will find:

Recruiting the Future of Medicine - How to Attract and Hire True “A Players” (May 2018)

Minority Representation in Leadership & Governance: Why It’s Important (March 2018)

21st Century Workforce Planning in Action (February 2018)

Do They Love You or Will They Leave You? Addressing Employee Turnover (January 2018)

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Last Updated: Thu Jun 14 2018