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Agreement Writing

Course Number
LR354

Individuals draft and analyze their own collective bargaining agreement language in context of a negotiation are invited to attend this workshop. Participants learn to write clear and succinct contract language while developing an understanding of how negotiations impact agreement language and vice versa.

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Cornell ILR will continue to host training programs in Fall 2020. Following the on-going COVID-19 developments, these trainings will be either virtual or in-person. We are committed to the health of our employees and clients and will keep you informed about training options for Fall 2020.We will decide on the mode of delivery based on the guidance from the University and public health officials.. Please contact ilrcustomerservice@cornell.edu with any questions.

Schedule & Details

Course

Participants are given the opportunity to draft and analyze their own collective bargaining agreement language in the context of a negotiation. 

Key Topics

  • Writing clearly and succinctly, while focusing on the audiences for your agreement language
  • The maxims of contract interpretation
  • The interpretation of different words and phrases
  • How negotiations impact agreement language and vice-versa

Special Features

During this two-day workshop, you will have the opportunity to draft and analyze collective bargaining agreement language in the context of a negotiation.

Who Will Benefit

Labor relations, human resource, operations, and finance professionals who represent or support management in collective bargaining and negotiations.

Instructors

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Ellen Gallin Procida

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    Nov 18 - 20, 2020
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