In this course, students examine the evolution of the theory and practice of industrial relations from inception to the modern day. Topics covered include the changing nature of management-labor relations, collective bargaining, employee discipline, workers’ rights, grievance and arbitration. Contemporary approaches to conflict management and resolution, and the industrial relations implications of the impact of globalisation on emerging trends such as outsourcing and the use of contract and immigrant labour are also discussed.
Applicants seeking admissions to this short course must be sixteen (16) years and over.
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