Maintaining your Business
(small or big) Union Free- Know Your Rights!

This program will provide a detailed yet uncomplicated look at how union organizing has traditionally worked as well as a discussion of how modern day organizing tactics by unions is evolving.

Webinar viewers will walk away with practical information on the Do’s and Don’ts if faced with an organizing drive at your business and most importantly some practical tips on how to prevent organizing from ever taking place at your business.


  • Get familiar with the basics of federal labor law and know your rights


  • Learn about current trends and future expected changes proposed by the NLRB which will make it easier for unions organize workers.


  • Find out about modern day organizing tacticsLearn what you can say and what you can’t say and management Do’s and Dont’s  if your employees start talking about or asking you questions about a union.


  • Get some practical advice on what you should do NOW to maintain a Union Free workplace


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Webinar Details:

Wednesday, September 17 at 12pm (ET)

Presented by:

ED2Edgardo Villanueva

Edgardo Villanueva, is President of EMSI Consulting, a Chicago-based consulting firm with satellite locations in Los Angeles and Sarasota Florida.

Mr. Villanueva has been a Management consultant for over 30 years.

His experience has included assignments in a wide range of industries with clients in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Mexico and South Korea. In the course of his assignments, he has assisted clients in the efficient and effective handling of Employee Relations and Labor Relations matters.

Mr. Villanueva holds a masters degree from Loyola University and is fully bilingual in English and Spanish.


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