The aim of the Gateway LERA is to provide information, research, education and social opportunities to enhance labor-management relations in our community. The chapter will not take a position on behalf of labor or management, but rather will work to encourage open and honest communications.
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The Gateway LERA is a unique professional association that seeks to bring together organizations and individuals engaged in the field of industrial and labor/management relations in the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Employers and labor organizations, legal and arbitration professions, and academic and government institutions benefit from the opportunities offered by the Gateway LERA. The functions are designed to broaden the knowledge and understanding of those involved in the industrial and labor/management field. Gateway LERA program year runs on a calendar year basis: January 1 - December 31. We cordially invite you and your organization to join our Association for the current program year. Four levels of membership are offered:
Student - Membership fee of $10 per person for the program year and $0 per conference plus the cost of the meal.
Co-Sponsoring Member - Membership fee of $300 per organizational listing with four persons listed for the program year (No fee per program), you can add $20 for each additional person
Patron - Membership fee of $150 for one person for the program year and no additional conference fees.
You may also mail in your registration to GATEWAY LERA; 240 MILLRIDGE DR.; MOSCOW MILLS, MO 63362
Benefits for All Members
- Opportunities to meet and mix with a variety of professionals across many industries
- Invitations to four or more functions during the program year
- Listing in the Gateway LERA Online Directory
Your membership is appreciated.
The speakers at any program sponsored in whole or in part by the Labor and Employer Relations Association – Gateway (LERA) do not reflect the opinions of the officers or board members of LERA. The information presented at the LERA programs is not legal advice. Before relying on any information presented by the speakers at any program sponsored in whole or in part by Gateway LERA, it is advisable to consult with an attorney or other professional knowledgeable in the subject matter presented