Strike Preparation and Contingency Planning (US Content)


Title:Strike Preparation and Contingency Planning (US Content)

Date:Thursday, October 26, 2017

Time:1:00pm - 2:00pm EST


Topics Discussed

Review the business impact of a potential labor dispute
Outline union pressure tactics
Review what you should be prepared for prior and during a work stoppage: at home, in the community, in the media - traditional and social and On the picket line
Manage expectations via real life examples
Suggested courses of action
Webinar Outline

Knowing what is 'normal' during a work stoppage will help keep your reaction in perspective and emotions under control. This course will help you develop and build a plan, achieving the ultimate goal of keeping your employees safe and continuing operations to meet your customerís needs. By doing so, you help to manage the expectations of all affected by a labor dispute. During this presentation, we will look at several areas and strategies that will allow you to meet these goals.


Joe Schollaert Joe Schollaert

Mr. Schollaert has more than 21 years of experience in the security and business continuity services industry. After graduation from college, Mr. Schollaert started his career with Allied Security, Inc. and progressed rapidly to become one of the youngest regional managers within the company. After eight years with Allied Security, Mr. Schollaert joined AFIMAC as director of operations.

As President, Schollaert has direct oversight of AFIMAC's strategic growth, sales and marketing, and operational planning and implementation. He is a member of the following associations: American Management Association (AMA), Chief Executive Network, American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS), Business Industry Continuity Emergency Planning and Preparedness (BICEPP), Ohio Association of Security and Investigative Services (OASIS), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), Sandler Sales Institute, Sales Concepts Presidents Club, and Ohio Association of Private Detective Agencies (OAPDA).

Mr. Schollaert earned bachelor degrees in criminal justice and psychology from Duquesne University.

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