Clark Hill Attorney Barbara A. Ruga to Present “Lay-Off, Recall, and Negotiations” Webinar
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. –
Attorney Barbara A. Ruga will be presenting a live webinar hosted by the Michigan Association of School Personnel Administrators (MASPA) on Jan. 30, 2013. She will be speaking on “Lay-off, Recall, and Contract Negotiations in the New Era.”
Ruga has over 35 years of experience advising and counseling public school districts and other public and private employers on a wide variety of labor law and employment issues, as well as extensive knowledge and experience negotiating teacher contracts in the context of scarce resources. She has presented for other notable organizations, including the Michigan Negotiators Association, Metro Bureau, the Michigan Association of School Boards and the Michigan School Business Officials.
MASPA is the statewide organization that serves and represents human resource professionals in education. Their mission is to advocate on behalf of the personnel and/or human resource function, work to enhance member professional growth, actively support diversification of the workforce, serve as a resource agency, and promote the highest standard of personal and professional conduct and professional ethics to ensure quality instruction and service to Michigan students. MASPA is an affiliate of the American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA).
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