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A thorough explanation of collective administration, agreements, wage issues, economic supplements, arbitration, mediation, preparation for collective bargaining and collective bargaining techniques.
Students MUST attend all classes. Instructor will not accept any student after the first day of class. Since most concepts learnt in this course are new and unfamiliar, students are expected to attend the first day of class to avoid falling behind. Your instructor may choose to structure this course using the entire scheduled time for synchronous delivery, or use a mix of synchronous and asynchronous, or choose primarily an asynchronous delivery structure where you are not required to be in attendance at the scheduled time every week. Regardless of the structure, you are required to be available at all scheduled course days and times, at the instructor’s discretion, for the entire duration of the course. Your instructor will advise you in the first week of class about the structure of your course.
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A portion of seats are temporarily held for domestic students.
International students: this may impact your ability to register.
22 seats available as of Feb 25, 2021 12:05 pm (PST). Of these 22, 16 are currently reserved for domestic students only. Availability may change at any time.
Learn techniques for collective agreement administration, especially in the areas of arbitration, preparation for collective bargaining, and mediation.
Students will be divided into bargaining teams at the beginning of the course.
Students will study the legal framework regulating industrial relations, with special emphasis in the Labour Relations Code.
Students will gain an overview of the major issues and processes in collective bargaining and contract administration.
Effective as of Fall 2003
HRMG 3255 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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