2015 Workforce & Jobs Report
SC Chamber of Commerce
October 2, 2015
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce published its annual Workforce & Jobs Report as a way to help educate business leaders and professionals about "the state of the South Carolina workforce and current trends and challenges."
Among the topics covered the report is a recent rule adopted by the national Labor Relations Board that creates the potential for a union to hold a "Quickie Election."
Nexsen Pruet employment and labor law attorney William Floyd examined proactive steps that businesses can take in "Protecting Your Employees' Right to Work."
Floyd lists five things businesses can do:
1) Evaluate Voting Unite Issues
2) Determine Who's Really a "Supervisor"
3) Train Supervisors
4) Update Policies
5) Fair Treatment Goes a Long Way
Read the details from the 2015 SC Chamber of Commerce Workforce & Jobs Report.
William H. Floyd III represents employers of all sizes and across the spectrum of industries with important labor and employment problems. His goal is to reduce legal risks by conducting interactive training for management teams, creating effective personnel policies, and counseling clients through human resource issues.