Course Information

MG6133 Labor Relations

Credits: 3.00

Description:
Introduction to labor relations from various perspectives in both union and non-union organizations. Topics include labor movement history; the current state of the labor movement; labor statistics; labor laws and practices; union organizing; negotiating; economics and labor unions; contract administration; achieving cooperation; grievances; labor and employment arbitration; employee discipline; engineering and professional unions, public sector unions; global aspects; and the future for unions.

Prerequisite: Graduate Standing