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The Vermont Labor Relations Board is a state administrative agency that governs labor relations primarily for public sector employers and employees, and also small private operations. The Board determines appropriate bargaining units, conducts union representation elections, adjudicates unfair labor practice charges and arbitrates grievances. The Board consists of six citizen members and has two employees.
VERMONT LABOR RELATIONS CONFERENCE
October 9, 2015
Capitol Plaza Hotel and Conference Center
The Vermont Labor Relations Board and the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service are sponsoring this labor relations conference on Friday, October 9, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Capitol Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Montpelier. The conference is directed to management labor relations and human resources representatives, union representatives and members, labor relations neutrals, and all others with an interest in labor relations. There will be plenary sessions and workshops on significant issues impacting public sector labor relations in Vermont. The registration fee for the conference will be $50. Lunch, breaks and conference materials are included as part of the registration fee. Please note that the registration deadline for the conference is October 1.