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The Metro Bureau Open is the Metro Bureau's 25th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament. The Metro Bureau hosts this annual golf outing to raise funds to award scholarships to students from member districts to attend a member college or university and major in a human services field. 8:00 REGISTRATION 9:30 SHOTGUN TEE-OFF -- Cost includes free use of the range, green fees, cart, continental breakfast, lunch, reception and prizes. Register below or contact the Metro Bureau at 313-577-1611 for a registration form and/or sponsorship information.Click here to register
8:30 REGISTRATION / 9:00 PRESENTATION Presenters will be: Dr. Edward Callaghan, Chair, Michigan Employment Relations Commission, Sidney McBride, Labor Mediator, and James Spalding, Mediation Supervisor. This program, introduced by the Chair of the Michigan Employment Relations Commission and presented by MERC Labor Mediators, is designed for recently appointed, as well as seasoned labor relations administrators and union representatives, and will enlighten and inform on the basics of labor relations in Michigan. Topics to be discussed will include: Overview of MERC and PERA; Basics of Duty to Bargain; Basics of Duty of Fair Representation; Understanding ULP's; Basics of Mandatory/Permissive Prohibited Subjects of Bargaining; Overview of Contract and Grievance Mediation; and Fact Finding and Act 312 Arbitration. In addition, the representatives from MERC will be available to answer questions about the labor relations processes administered by MERC.Click here to register
8:30 REGISTRATION / 9:00 PROGRAM Mr. George P. Butler, III of Dickinson Wright will provide the annual fall legislative update Further details to follow.Click here to register