Apr 28, 2015

SFLERP Training: New York/New Jersey Chapter Training

The Society of Federal Labor Employee Relations Professionals New York/New Jersey Chapter is sponsoring a one-day training on select topics of interest to the Federal labor and employee relations community on Thursday, June 4, 2015 in New York City. All NAGE members, local officials, and regional representatives are encouraged to register.

SFLERP New York/New Jersey Chapter Training
Thursday, June 4, 2015 – New York City, NY

Plenary Session:
“Federal Sector Collective Bargaining: Where is it Now and What Will It Look like in the Future” by Richard Giacolone, FMCS Commissioner

Topics Covered:
  • Federal Sector Arbitration
  • Appreciative Inquiry
  • Sequestration:  The Psychological fallout
  • FMCS Grievance Mediation Program
  • Pre-retirement FEHB/Medicare: Your questions get answered
  • How to eat healthy and reduce stress in the workplace.
Joseph V. Kaplan, Passman & Kaplan, Washington D.C.
Michael Fischetti, Arbitrator/Mediator, SFLERP National Board
Timothy Germany, FMCS Commissioner (Ret.), Sands Point, NY
Matt Biggs, Political Director IFPTE, Washington D.C.
Ruth Handler, NYS Blue Cross Blue Shield, New York, NY
David Thaler, FMCS Commissioner (NJ-NY)
Mallary Tytel, Ph.D., President, Healthy Workplaces (Arizona)

Training Location, Fees and Times
The training will be held at 290 Broadway, 30th Floor, New York City, NY 10007 (two blocks north of Chambers Street). Registration opens at 8:00am and the training begins at 8:30am with breakfast. Lunch is served at 12:15pm and the training ends at 3:00pm.  Hotel arrangements have not been made for this training.  The registration fee for SFLERP members is $25.  For non-members, it’s  $35. Groups of 4 or more may register at $25 each.  For information contact James P. Kinney at 908-510-5521 or at jkinney@fmcs.gov (Topics and speakers subject to change.)

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Remember – You still have time to register for the SFLERP Symposium to be held May 14-15, 2015, in Arlington, VA. 
Go to www.sflerp.org

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