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CAI to Host Informational Breakfast on Collective Bargaining and Public Employee Unions

North Carolinas largest employers’ association will hold open discussion

June 18, 2008 - PRLog -- WHAT: Capital Associated Industries, Inc., (CAI), the largest employers’ association in the state, in conjunction with the Employers Coalition of NC, will be holding a legislative breakfast to discuss collective bargaining in North Carolina. CAI anticipates over 30 legislators to attend the event, called The Difficulties in Governing With Unions. Speakers include Greg Mourad, director of legislation for the National Right to Work Foundation.
This event has been billed as an “informational breakfast” where a panel of administrators, who have worked in states with collective bargaining for public employees, will share their experiences and difficulties in working day-to-day with public employee unions.  Each panelist will have five minutes to speak and then the floor will be opened up for discussion.

WHERE: In the cafeteria at the N.C. Legislative Building.

WHEN: Thursday, June 19th, from 7:30 a.m.- 8:15 a.m.


About CAI, Inc.
CAI is a non-profit employers’ association founded in 1963 and serves the greater Research Triangle, Piedmont Triad, and 65 central and eastern counties in North Carolina. With offices in Raleigh and Greensboro, CAI provides 1,200 member companies with management information, day-to-day telephone guidance, and training and human resources services.

To learn more about CAI, visit their Web site at: http://www.capital.org

About The Employers Coalition of NC
The Employers Coalition of NC is a joint public policy effort of North Carolina’s Employers’ associations, serving 2,500 of the state’s leading employers in human resources and regulatory matters, management training and advocacy.

For more information, visit: http://www.ecnc.us

Website: www.capital.org

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Source:Alison Beckwith
Industry:Human resources
Tags:Employers, Association, Unions, Workers, Legislation, Collective Bargaining

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