Labor Law Breakfast 2020

  • Jan. 8, 2020 - Dec. 9, 2020
  • IBEW Local 1439 Hall
    2121 59th St.
    St. Louis, MO 63122 directions to this event


A monthly series of union officers, staff and other professionals to learn about latest developments and trends in labor and employment law. Features a one-hour presentation on topics of interest to professionals engaged in labor and employment.

Cost: $200 for the year or $20 per breakfast.

2nd Wednesday of every month

2020 dates:
January 8th 
Topic: Behind the headlines developments within the federal goverment that directly impact labor law
Speaker: Sherrie Hall, Workers Rights Firm, LLC

February 12th
Topic: Work-life balance: Wellness and Well-being in the construction industry
Speaker: John Gaal, Retired Director of Training and Workforce Development for the Carpenters

March 11th
Topic: Learn more about fiduciary responsibilities and training for pension and group health plans that the Employee Benefits Security Administration – US Department of Labor (EBSE) can provide.
Speaker: Kathy Robinson, US Dept. of Labor

June 10th
Topic: Is St. Louis’ labor market slowing or booming?  How has it performed relative to other metro areas in Missouri and the Midwest? What do these trends mean for the region’s construction and manufacturing sectors?
Speaker:  Mark White, University of Missouri Extension

July 8th
August 12th
September 9th
October 14th
November 11th
December 9th

For further details contact:
Doug Swanson
Labor Education Specialist
(314) 400-7635
[email protected]

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