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BMGT 362 - Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining

4 Credit(s)
This course provides an in depth understanding and practice of collective bargaining behaviors in both private and public sector organizations. The course is both historical and analytical in its approach and examines relationships between management and organized groups of employees, including labor unions and professional associations, with analysis and assessment of collective bargaining issues, negotiation styles and methods, factors contributing to conflict, and dispute resolution methods including mediation and arbitration. The course covers an analysis of selected international labor relations systems. The course will be centered around creating a lab environment that provides hands on experiential skills, supplemented by facilitated discussion and field study-oriented projects.

Prerequisite(s): Junior standing, and either BMGT 335  or BMGT 329 ; or c/i.
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