Negotiations are an important aspect of any business. A business' ability to achieve favorable deals with landlords, suppliers, and customers can determine whether the business will thrive or flounder.
A union employer's ability to negotiate a favorable contract with its union is especially important. The terms and conditions of that contract will determine both the employer's ability to attract and maintain a quality workforce, and the employer's ability to offer its goods or services to customers at a competitive price.
Moreover, because union contracts often specify wages and benefits over several years, it's important that the employer get the contract right at the outset.
I have negotiated many contracts over the years, and I can help you achieve the right contract for your business. Moreover, I am thoroughly familiar with an employer's obligation to bargain in good faith, and can make sure that you meet those legal obligations and avoid charges of bad faith bargaining.
I have over 40 years of experience in labor and employment matters and can help you and your business comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
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