University of Arkansas

UALR College of Business

Labor Education - Upcoming Seminars

Collective Bargaining for Local Unions - December 8-9, 2016

Young Worker's Conference - July 12-14, 2017

Steward Training - Basics and Beyond - April 21-22, 2016

Arbitration - Making Your Best Case - February 17-19, 2016

Special Topics in Labor Law - August 27-28, 2015

LEP Classes Offered on the New FMLA Regulations!

The ADA Amendments Act

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Labor Education

98382331The Labor Education Program (LEP) is a regionally recognized provider of educational services and training programs for labor organizations and workers. Programs are conducted for local unions, central labor councils, and international unions at the regional or district level.  Classes are held on the UALR campus or at locations convenient to the union.

Interactive, participatory classes are provided in steward training, collective bargaining, arbitration, labor and employment law, effective leadership, economics, new work systems, and workplace safety. In addition, LEP develops specific programs in response to needs expressed by client unions.

LEP also offers courses to those who work in the field of labor relations.  Courses include interest based bargaining and labor and employment law, such as the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

 

For More Information

Labor Education Program
Diane Thomas-Holladay, Director
UALR Institute for Economic Advancement
2801 South University Avenue
Little Rock, AR 72204-1099
501-569-8483
FAX: 501-569-8538