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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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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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