- Schedule of Classes - June 18, 2017 7:14PM EDT
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Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2016-2017.
Comprehensive introduction to the industrial and labor relations system of the United States. Covers the negotiation, scope, and day-to-day administration of contracts; union and employer bargaining structures; implications of industrial relations issues for U.S. competitiveness and public policy; industrial conflict; and U.S. industrial relations in international and comparative perspective.
When Offered Spring.
Permission Note Enrollment limited to: graduate standing.
Prerequisites/Corequisites Recommended prerequisite: previous or concurrent enrollment in ILRLR 5010.
- Contrast the theoretical perspectives of labor and employment relations.
- Analyze the sources of union and management bargaining power.
- Understand the influence of economic, social, and political pressures on labor and employment relations.
- Evaluate the efficacy of current labor laws.
- Experience the analytical, emotional, and cognitive aspects of bargaining a collective agreement.
- Understand the dynamics of negotiations and conflict resolution.
- Assess evidence regarding the impact of collective bargaining on workplace and societal outcomes.
- Debate effectively the role and effects of unions in the public and private sectors.
Regular Academic Session.
Credits and Grading Basis
3 Credits GradeNoAud(Letter grades only (no audit))
Class Number & Section Details
- TR Ives Hall 115
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