Clark Hill PLC West Michigan Attorney Grant T. Pecor to Present at Aging Services of Michigan Annual Conference and Trade Show, INNOVATION, May 21-23
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
– Clark Hill West Michigan attorney Grant T. Pecor will present on labor laws regarding long-term care employees at the 44th Annual Aging Services of Michigan’s Conference and Trade Show, INNOVATION. His presentation, “Things Everyone With Long-Term Care Employees Should Know,” will discuss the actions of the Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board, changes to the law, how local unions are utilizing the changes, and strategies to consider incorporating into employment policies and practices. The conference will take place May 21-23, at the Lansing Center & Radisson Hotel in Lansing, Mich.
Pecor, based in Clark Hill’s Grand Rapids office, has specialized in labor and employment law throughout his career. He is a member of Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment practice group and focuses exclusively on employer representation. Pecor has extensive experience in collective bargaining, unemployment, employee handbooks and personnel policies, and a number of other areas. He regularly acts as chief spokesperson for the negotiation of collective bargaining agreements and he is well-versed in areas unique to the health care and transit industries. Pecor is a member of the labor and employment sections of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan and the Grand Rapids Bar Association. In addition to speaking engagements, Pecor provides in-house training for several organizations.
INNOVATION is the Aging Services of Michigan’s largest annual event. The four day conference provides educational sessions, a trade show, awards gala and networking opportunities. The Aging Services of Michigan is a mission-based provider of housing, services and care for seniors across Michigan, with more than 230 members. It has developed a variety of innovative service alternatives, including Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities and Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.
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