The New Jersey Chapter of the Labor Employment Relations Association
James Kinney, Dir Labor Relations and Compliance; Middlesex County College
Jonathan Cohen, Esq., Plosia Cohen LLC
Paul Montalbano, Esq., Cohen Leder Montalbano & Connaughton, LLC
Lucille Alfano, Arbitrator/Mediator
Dean Burrell, Arbitrator
Felice Busto, Arbitrator/Mediator
Lisa Charles, Arbitrator/Mediator
James Cooney, Arbitrator
Bernard Corrigan, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Patrick Duncan, New Jersey School Boards Association
Ken Egger, American Arbitration Association
David Leach, NLRB
Erica Tener, Arbitrator/Mediator
Lorraine Tesauro, New Jersey Education Association
John Vreeland, Esq., Genova Burns LLC
Ernest Whelan, New Jersey State Board of Mediation
Patrick Westerkamp, Esq., Arbitrator/Mediator
National LERA Liaison
William Dwyer, Rutgers University
The New Jersey Chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) is a unique organization of professionals from New Jersey and contiguous states who are interested in labor & employment relations and human resource management. The chapter includes members from the management, labor, neutral (including arbitrators and mediators), government, and academic fields.
The New Jersey Chapter holds six dinner meetings a year where members listen to distinguished speakers and share their knowledge and experience. The New Jersey Chapter is affiliated with the Labor and Employment Relations Association (formerly the Industrial Relations Research Association), which sponsors national meetings for practitioners and academics and publishes books, conference proceedings, and periodicals that are designed for a wide audience.
A SPECIAL EVENING WITH THE RUTGERS
STUDENT CHAPTER OF LERA AND NATIONAL LERA
PRESIDENT, HARRY KATZ
Please join us for a very special event being hosted by the Rutgers University student chapter of LERA (“RU LERA”) on Tuesday, December 5. Here, you’ll have a chance to meet LERA President Harry Katz and members of the next generation of labor and employment professionals!
DATE: December 5, 2017
TIME: 6:00 PM
55 Route 1-South
The restaurant is virtually next door to the meeting venue at the Rutgers University Labor Education Center.
**Your out of pocket cost for dinner will be based on your menu selection.**
TIME: 7:30 PM
Labor Education Center
50 Labor Center Way
New Brunswick, NJ
This special combined NJ and RU LERA program will begin at 7:30 at the Labor Education Center with Harry Katz, LERA President, addressing the attendees.
President Katz’s opening remarks will be followed by a moderated panel featuring the NJ LERA Board members discussing their careers in labor & employment relations.
The panel discussion will be followed by breakout sessions where students will have a chance to engage in a discussion with all NJ LERA members in attendance about their professional experience and careers.
Registration is required via the link below. There is no registration fee. Your only expense will be your dinner cost payable at the restaurant. Light refreshments will be available during the program.
Come and meet the students of Rutgers University’s Labor Studies and Employment Relations program. We encourage all NJ LERA members to attend!
or SEND AN RSVP EMAIL TO: NJLERA@GMAIL.COM
CALL LUCILLE ALFANO, CHAPTER SECRETARY (732)618-6509
NOTE: If you wish to send a check, please complete the form, print it and send it along with your check (payable to: LERA, NJ Chapter) to:
Paul Montalbono, Esq.
Cohen, Leder, Montalbano & Connaughton, LLC
River Drive Center II
669 River Drive; Suite 125
Elmwood Park, New Jersey 07407
ANNUAL 2017-2018 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
Annual membership is $49.00.
On-Line Link → 2017 - 2018 Annual Membership Fee
Payments can be made by mailing a check or using your credit card (via Pay Pal) Instructions can be found on the registration form (link above).
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