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Labor Relations Conference

NASA/NASB 2021 Labor Relations
October 12-13, 2021  -  Cornhusker Marriott - Lincoln

Whether you're a novice at the bargaining table or an experienced negotiator, this conference will provide the latest information in the labor relations arena. This conference is presented annually, each Fall. 

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Conference At-A-Glance

Tuesday, October 12
12:30 PM - Registration Open
The ABCs of Negotiations with The Perry Law Firm

Wednesday, October 13
7:30 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast, Exhibits Open
8:15 AM - Welcome and Opening Keynote - Show Up and Shine with Kent Julian
9:45 AM - Concurrent Session I
11:00 AM - Concurrent Session II
12:00 PM - Lunch
1:00 PM - Concurrent Session III
2:15 PM - Concurrent Session IV
3:15 PM - Adjourn

October 12 Preconference = $75
October 13 Conference (NCSA/NASB Member) = $150
October 13 Conference (Non-Member) = $340

Cornhusker Marriott - Lincoln
$107 + tax
Mention: NCSA/NASB Labor Relations
Book by September 20, 2021

Tuesday, October 12: Preconference Workshop:
The ABCs of Negotiations with Perry Law Firm

The single biggest part of a school district’s budget is personnel costs. Salaries and benefits alone usually represent around 90% of a district’s total expenses. Therefore, it is absolutely essential that a
district understand the negotiation process and legal requirements in order to ensure that these expenses are a reasonable and good use of taxpayer dollars. In this session, Rex will walk through
the negotiation process and offer practical suggestions, including specific items to consider in light of Covid-19, heading into the 2021-2022 negotiations timeline.

Wednesday, October 13 Keynote
Show Up and Shine with Kent Julian

School leaders dream about seeing their schools championing student success in all areas of life — academics, personal life, family life, and preparation for the future. But seeing these goals become reality is more challenging than ever before. Kent will show you that the culture you create, not the curriculum or standardized testing you use, plays the greatest role in improving student performance. Even better, creating a SHOW UP and SHINE culture can be implemented immediately and is the most cost-effective strategy for getting students, teachers, and school leaders to perform at their very highest levels!

Concurrent Session Topics Include

Creating Culture for Success
EHA Update
Teacher Certification
School Finance/ESSERs Funding
Teacher Shortage
For more information and to register online visit: www.ncsa.org
Legal Topics
And More!

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