Become a Member
MEMBERSHIP IN THE GUILD PROVIDES YOU WITH ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING:
The longest continuing adult labor education center in New England, provides practical, current information and skill training at a modest cost and in an informal setting. Scholarship funds are available. The Faculty is made up of union management practitioners, labor lawyers, arbitrators, federal and state agency staff and academics. Spring and Fall terms, Monday evenings for eight week
CONFERENCE & MEETING CENTER
Facilities for arbitration hearings, negotiations, organizational meetings, grievance processing, and training sessions. Please call 781-340-7887 or email The Guild for rates and reservations.
Each year, four outstanding individuals are honored from the management, labor, legal counsel, and auxiliary ranks at this unique annual tripartite dinner.
LABOR MANAGEMENT FORUMS, AND DAY TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Occasional bi-partisan seminars on topical issues, including the Labor Practitioners Network.
Your Rights on the Job – is a practical guide to employment laws by Attorney Robert M. Schwartz. Now in its 5th edition, regularly priced at $30, $18 for members.
NEWSLETTER – LABOR LIFE
Highlighting Guild news and events, local labor relations community news and updates, conferences, etc.
The Labor Guild is a membership organization, a network of over 1,800 individuals, agencies and organizations in the labor-management community. This includes union members and officers, corporate staff and executives, arbitrators and mediators, academics, consultants, economists, regulatory agency personnel—all concerned with promoting healthy employee relations and workplaces.
- Basic: $35 – Individual
- Contributor: $75 – Individual
- Sponsor: $100 – Individual Professional
- Benefactor: $150 or more
- Organizational: $500.00 or $1,000