The Association of Labor Relations Agencies Presents:
Data Collection and Analysis Webinar

June 13, 2022  |  1:00-2:15 p.m. EST

The ALRA Professional Development Committee,  in conjunction with the ILR School, Cornell University is pleased to announce that it will be offering the first of a two-part seminar on labor relations agency data collection and analysis.

For those of you who have been wondering what effect, if any, the pandemic has had on case filings, settlements and case processing timelines, this webinar is for you.

The first seminar will be in a participatory panel format moderated by Professor Ariel Avgar, Associate Dean for Outreach and Professor Labor Relations, Law, and History at the ILR School, Cornell University.  It will focus on the type of data our member agencies collect, how and why they collect it and what they would like to do better.

Part II, which we will offer sometime this fall, will be a webinar on how to analyze that data to detect trends and determine if changes are statistically significant. 

This webinar is offered at no cost to our members.  Registration materials will be out shortly.

To assist us in learning more about the type of data that you collect and why, and what you would be interested in learning, please fill out this survey.  Please be assured that Prof. Avgar will only use these results in an anonymous and aggregated manner during the session.

ALRA Data Collection and Analysis Webinar – Preliminary Survey.  

If you have any questions, please contact the PD non-conference committee co-chairs:  Marjorie Wittner (Massachusetts CERB), or Natalie Zawadowsky (CIRB)