Theory and current practice of collective and individual employment relations including statutory, contractual and common law rights and responsibilities of employees and employers.
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- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global Perspective, Cultural Understanding, Interdisciplinary Perspective, Critical Thinking, Ethics, Communication, Research.
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- Learning Outcomes
Students who successfully complete the paper will have:
- Appreciation of a plurality of interests and diversity of views in society, business and the workplace
- Critical awareness of the philosophical underpinnings of labour market relations and their influence on the attitudes of governments and others to labour market regulation
- Advanced understanding of collective employment relations and the institutions and processes used to interpret and enforce employment rights and responsibilities
- Advanced ability to assess situations, problems and issues for collaborative and competitive potential and to develop and apply workable strategies and solutions