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STHRM, Inc. Resolves Client's Executive Management and Union Issues

Challenge

The client is a privately held raw materials distributor. The company faced executive management and union issues, including a union organizing campaign and the renewal of current contract negotiations.

Solution

Shared Time Human Resources Management, Inc. was hired as an Interim Director, Human Resources.

Results

  • Shared Time Human Resources Management, Inc. conducted a review of the senior executive management team and guided its reorganization to better align staff with their strengths.

  • Developed and implemented management messaging strategies to communicate with employees during international union campaign and contract negotiations.

    • Employee questions or concerns were answered publicly within twenty-four (24) hours.

  • Defeated a construction union’s attempt to organize employees as the client’s current union contract expired.

  • Union negotiations:

    • Conducted training class for management and supervisors outlining union campaign best practices.

    • Reviewed current union contract language and made recommendations to the company president.

    • Calculated current contract labor and benefit costs.

    • Conducted local wage and benefit survey and developed management recommendations for consideration in negotiations. 

    • Participated in union negotiations.

    • New union contract was approved on the first ballot.

Notice: In order to maintain strict client confidentiality, business-specific information has been removed from this case study. The presented situations, activities, programs, projects, actions, and subsequent results are accurate.

If you are interested in learning more about this case study, results and services offered by STHRM, Inc. please contact, Glenn Levar (telephone: 440-979-1046, e-mail: grlevar@sthrm.com). To learn more about STHRM, Inc. visit www.sthrm.com.

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Glenn Levar