Scenario: Imagine that you work for an organization that has entered into the grievance process with a number of employees who dispute the recent disciplinary action taken against them. As the labor relations manager, it is your role to prepare the necessary documents, schedule the meetings, and notify the appropriate staff and union officials about the upcoming process. Ultimately, this process will encompass the first four (4) steps of a typical grievance process.
Write a five to seven (12-15 slides) Power Point Presentation – Dr. Vic: YOU MUST USE POWER POINT, it is available to all Strayer students, call Strayer Tech support early this week if you need to install it or need assistance. It is up to you to do this assignment correctly formatted. Get started early this week if you need assistance.
**Create a twelve to fifteen (12-15) slide PowerPoint presentation in which you:
Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:
Holley, W. H., Wolters, R. S., & Ross, W. (2017). The labor relations process. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. (See attachments)
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