Labor Organizing and the

National Labor Relations Board:

The Impact of Recent NLRB Decisions



Join us for any or all of the three virtual Zoom trainings part of the three-part series to learn how recent rulings by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) affect labor organizing across the United States.  


All three trainings are virtual-only programs held via Zoom webinar.  The Zoom link will be shared with registrants.  Register to participate in any or all of these Zoom trainings:


This training series is a collaboration between the Murphy Institute at the CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies (SLU), Labor Education Action Research Network (LEARN) at Rutgers University, and the Scontras Center for Labor and Community Education at the University of Southern Maine.



Training Schedule:

Please register to join any or all of the three virtual Zoom trainings.



Thursday, February 15 -- 7:00pm-8:30pm (ET) - Session #1:  

"Representation Election Procedures:  Fair, Efficient, and Expeditious?"


Guest speakers:

Erin Mahoney - Assistant Director of Organizing, Communications Workers of America

Nick Hanlon - Attorney, Communications Workers of America

Eric Schechter - Assistant to the Regional Director, NLRB Region 22-Newark


Rebecca Givan - Associate Professor, Labor Studies & Employment Relations, Rutgers University




Thursday, February 22 -- 7:00pm-8:30pm (ET) - Session #2:  

"Making Big Bosses Bargain: The New Joint Employer Rule"


Guest speakers:

Milly Silva - Secretary-Treasurer, 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East

Ellen Dichner - Distinguished Lecturer, CUNY School of Labor & Urban Studies; Former Chief Counsel to the Chair of the NLRB under President Obama


Cameron Black - Assistant Professor, CUNY School of Labor & Urban Studies




Thursday, February 29 -- 7:00pm-8:30pm (ET) - Session #3:  

"Cemex and New Frameworks for Bargaining"


Guest speakers:

Tony Ruiz - International Organizer, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Raymond Heineman - Labor Attorney & Partner, Kroll Heineman Ptasiewicz & Parsons

Teresa Poor - Regional Director, NLRB Region 29-Brooklyn


Eric Blanc - Assistant Professor of Labor Studies, Rutgers University



All three trainings in the series will be held as Zoom webinars.

Please register to receive the Zoom webinar link and other relevant information.