This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):
Students learn the theory and practice of industrial relations in Canada. They examine the environmental influences that interact in union-management relations, appreciate the complex combination of power, reason, communications, politics, and attitudes that pervade the industrial relations processes, as well as explore significant bargaining issues and their economic implications. Essential elements of the collective bargaining process including preparation for negotiations; strategies at the bargaining table; principles of negotiation; bargaining in bad faith; understanding, interpreting and administering the collective agreement; grievances and the arbitration process are explored.
Sections 841, 842, and 843 require you to register in the month prior to the course start date.
Winter 2017: Section 583 is a hybrid course (a combination of on campus and online).
|On Campus - Woodroffe|
|583 ||Jan 25 - Mar 29 ||Wed |
|6pm - 9pm ||$509.60 || |
|Online Learning||Required Books for Online Learning|
|800||Jan 10 - Apr 18||Online||$524.60|
|841||Feb 1 - May 10||Online||$524.60|
|842||Mar 1 - Jun 7||Online||$524.60|
|843||Apr 3 - Jul 10||Online||$524.60|