Understanding Labor and Management's Roles in the Current Political Process
Created on April 06, 2016
Labor unions have long remained a steady force in the political process expressing their views on policies and issues. Most recently, in the wake of Citizens United v. FEC, labor unions have been participating in the political process through independent expenditure activity. In today’s world, management needs to understand the role that unions play in the political process and effective strategies for compliance with both election and labor laws. Join Angelo J. Genova, Esq. of Genova Burns LLC to learn more about labor and management’s roles in the current political process.
I. Gain a basic understanding of the rules governing union political activity
II. Understand how labor unions influence public policy through political activity
III. Identify the roles of labor and management in the political process
IV. Develop strategies for compliance
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