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Mississippi Valley Labor-Management Conference
The Dubuque Area Labor-Management Council along with the Quad City Area Labor-Management Council hosted the Mississippi Valley Labor-Management Conference on Thursday, October 20, 2011 at the Hotel Julien.
Keynote speaker for the conference was Glenn Tarkowski, Director of Mediation Services, of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in Minneapolis, MN. Luncheon speaker was Iowa’s recently appointed Labor Commissioner, Michael Mauro.
Other sessions included topics such as: Health Care Reform, Top Tips from Federal Mediators, Labor Law and Workers Comp.
The event was made possible by a grant from the Dubuque Racing Association.
DALMC TO HOST A MEET AND GREET EVENT
River Lights Book Store, 2nd Edition
1098 Main Street, Dubuque, IA 52001
Saturday, March 12, 2011 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Parents and children in elementary school are invited to attend a book giveaway, meet and greet at River Lights Bookstore March 12 from 12p.m.-2p.m.
The Dubuque Area Labor-Management Council has created an activity book showcasing women working in non-traditional careers. The development and printing of the book was paid for by a grant from the Dubuque Racing Association. "Women at Work" features four Dubuque women that work in non-traditional careers including a welder, plumber, CNC operator and engineer.
The Dubuque Area Labor Management Council has established a "Women in Non-traditional Careers" (WINC) committee with a focus on designing and delivering educational programs for women and girls aimed at increasing their knowledge of career opportunities in the skilled trades, technology, operations and manufacturing occupations.
The idea for creating an activity book came after the Council tried to purchase a book showcasing women in non-traditional careers and could not find one on the market. "So, we decided to create our own", according to DALMC Program Specialist, Megan Starr, "By showcasing actual women working in the Dubuque area we hope to demonstrate that it is not only acceptable but also exciting, challenging and rewarding to take on non-traditional roles in the workplace. We plan to work closely with the Dubuque Community Schools, local Girl Scout troops and 4-H clubs to implement this educational program".
Women featured in the book will be at River Lights Book Store to sign copies and answer questions.
For more information contact the Dubuque Area Labor-Management Council at 563-582-8804 or info@dalmc.net.
News Release
For immediate release
December 16, 2009
The Dubuque Area Labor-Management Council (DALMC) is the proud recipient of a Dubuque Racing Association grant. DALMC was awarded $3,500 to help facilitate and market training programs to their members and the community. Labor-management representatives in the tri-state area participated in programs to increase their knowledge and understanding of current labor-management issues in the workplace. Training programs included Ethics in Negotiating and Negotiating with Yourself. A third program, Consensus Building, will be held on Friday, January 22nd from 9-11 a.m.
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