Reliant Labor Consulting
Union Free workplaces require periodic audits for employers to understand where they are falling short of employee expectations. We will guide you to optimum conditions that can be monitored by company staff to create a successful business climate to avoid union representation.
Preventive Labor Relations
Today’s workers need a voice. Many of today’s workplaces are rife with issues that call out for a collective voice.
Often employers believe unions form because employees are not satisfied with their pay or benefits. The fact is most employees unionize because they feel as if the working conditions are substandard or that their voices aren’t being heard. We are often amazed at the common sense expressed by employees during a union organizing campaign, even though ultimately forming a union is not in their best interest.
We can design training that will identify these issues and solve them. Happy employees really are more productive. A workplace that encourages open communication between management and employees is a company much less likely to unionize.
Our employees ultimately voted to overwhelmingly defeat the Teamsters 43-no to 3-yes that allows us to continue to work directly with our employees in their best interest giving the us the opportunity to make things right.”
-WS, Director of HR
Involving Employees in Decision-Making is Essential for an Optimal Work Environment
In my prior article, “The Secret Sauce of Maintaining a Great Place to Work,” there were five ingredients needed for an optimal work environment. One ingredient, “creating an avenue for employees to participate in decision-making on matters that affect their work,”...
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The Secret Sauce of Maintaining a Great Place to Work
Employers often ask, “What can we do to keep our employees happy and to prevent union organizing?” Clients often think their efforts will be time intensive, expensive, and will require a ton of resources. The truth is quite the opposite! The “recipe” for keeping your employees happy is quite simple and often inexpensive.