Renewing Employment Relations for Shared Prosperity:
Research, Practice and Policy
May 29th - June 1st, 2014, Portland, Oregon
Hilton Portland and Executive Towers
Lisa Lynch, LERA President and Program Chair
What are you talking about at work?
Here is what we are talking about over three and a half days (plus over 300 other presentations).
- Workplace Aggression and Bullying: A Human Resources Perspective
- Security, Surveillance and Implications for Labor Relations
- Management Actions to Identify & Eliminate Workplace Bullying
- Effective Use of Mediation & Mediators: What Advocates Need to Know
- New strategies for Low-Wage Workers?
- 'Always Low Prices', But at What Cost?
- What a Re-imagined Labor Movement Means for Employer/Employee Relations?
Join the (many) conversations at the LERA Annual Meeting.
The conference (Thu-Sun) will be filled with special programs, meetings, and workshops.
Our program's format offers fresh opportunities for thought leaders from all aspects of employment and labor relations. Individual and Full Session proposals are accepted and may take a variety of forms: Symposia, panels, workshops, posters, presentations, skill-building debates, roundtable discussions, etc. The number of tracks and length of sessions depends on the quantity and quality of proposals. To encourage thought diversity, participants may only present on the program once.