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Course Details


Course focuses on both unionized and non-unionized employee relations. Labor relations portion focuses on labor law, union structures, collective bargaining process, collective bargaining agreement features, grievance handling, analysis of labor-management conflict, and conflict resolution options. Non-union employee relations portion focuses on developing policies designed to create a productive, supportive work environment for employees, specifically examining how employees and supervisors resolve conflicts and communicate to achieve a climate that enhances performance.

Credits:  3


  • HRM 400 (with a min grade of C-)
  •   OR  HRM 405 (with a min grade of C-)
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