OverviewIn practical language, this book outlines the appropriate behaviors a supervisor should display during an labor organizing campaign. To protect the rights of the company, the employees, and the union, supervisors must know what they can say to employees and what they should never say, and what they can do and what they should never do.
Author BiographyT. O. Collier, Jr., has been a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) since 1966 and presently serves on the Employee and Labor Relations Committee. He has spent more than 30 years in the human resources profession and is the founder and head of Nimblewill Creek Consulting, Inc., a company that consults in human resource practices.