Police Officers of Scottsdale host grievance training
The Police Officers of Scottsdale Association is hosting “Surviving Grievances: How to Investigate, Present, Respond to and Resolve Grievances,” a basic practical guide to navigating the grievance/complaint process from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. February 23rd.
Who should attend? Representatives or others who are involved in, or impacted by, the grievance process such as staff from Human Resources, Personnel, Employee and Labor Relations; Attorneys; Association or Union staff, Board members, Stewards/Representatives or members, Department Directors; elected officials, administrators/managers, or other parties wishing to learn more about effective grievance processing.
The one-day seminar will be conducted by Bob Oberstein, who has served for 40 years on both sides of the labor management table in both the public and private sectors. After several executive and chief spokesperson positions, his most recent position was as the Labor Relations Administrator for the City of Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to that appointment, after several years “in the trenches” Bob became an academic and directed the Labor Management Relations Certificate and B.A. Programs at Ottawa University in Phoenix, Arizona where he also taught undergraduate and graduate classes in employment and labor law, human resources, conflict resolution, negotiations, grievance processing, arbitration and ethics.