|We've got NEWS|
|Wednesday, November 11, 1998 |
Tommy G. Thompson
News Media Contact
DWD News Office
For more information, contact:
Sharon Berge, 608/266-5138
to promote new century planning
The Wisconsin Labor-Management Council will sponsor a one-day conference Friday (Nov. 14) in Racine on ways to prepare the workplace for the next century.
Topics and speakers at the event, held in partnership with the Southeastern Wisconsin Labor Management Council, Inc., include:
Breakout/workshop sessions are scheduled in the morning.
The conference will begin at 8 a.m. at the Racine Marriott Hotel in Racine (7111 Washington Ave.) and will conclude by 3:30 p.m. Registration is $85 a person (full day) or $20 (lunch and Stephani presentation only).
The Wisconsin Labor-Management Council (WLMC) was created in 1987 to promote a positive labor-management climate in Wisconsin as a tool for economic development.
To date, the Council has focused on three primary goals: providing a forum for discussion and program development; serving as a resource base/communication link; and promoting positive labor-management relationships.
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