In this video, explore maintaining positive union relationships.
- Whether there's a union present…at your company or not, you should ensure…that you understand how to work with union's effectively.…The reason this topic is relevant…to all HR pros and PHR candidates,…is that we use the same strategies…to maintain positive union relationships…as we do with any relationship,…effective communication and respect for others.…Unions were specifically formed…to address working conditions and wages…during the Industrial era.…
Unions today are still focused on those core values…but expand into many industries…such as school systems and screen actors.…But let's take a look at why employees choose to organize…into unions in the first place.…Employees form unions because they're unhappy…with their relationship with management.…The National Labor Relations Act, or the Wagner Act,…is the law that provides employees…with the right to organize…and engage in activities to promote union organization.…
The Wagner Act also established…a National Labor Relations Board, or NLRB,…as the regulatory arm.…
- Determine which of the three organizational structures are most often used with different types of project.
- Explain how HR professionals establish trust with employees.
- Define the concept of “managing up.”
- Recognize the key elements of the Uniform Guidelines of Employee Selection Procedures.
- Summarize the four steps of the Kirkpatrick Model.
- Identify the characteristics of an entitlement compensation philosophy.
- Name another term used to describe a benefits needs assessment.
- List two things required for leaders when they provide feedback during a performance review.
Skill Level Advanced
Introduction to the PHR Certification Examwith Joanne Simon-Walters58m 16s Intermediate
1. Exam Topics: Business Management
2. Exam Topics: Talent Planning and Acquisition
3. Exam Topics: Learning and Development
4. Exam Topics: Total Rewards
5. Exam Topics: Employee and Labor Relations
6. Study Plan
Conclusion and Farewell
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