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Labor Relations & Negotiations

Credits: 3
Course Number: 10-116-113

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Course Description

10-116-113 LABOR RELATIONS & NEGOTIATIONS ...introduces the participant to the history of the labor movement and includes the legal collective bargaining processes while applying the learned skills with case studies, a mock negotiation of a realistic collective bargaining contract, and the simulation of a grievance arbitration.

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  • Fall
  • Spring

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What will I learn?

  1. Analyze laws applicable to the National Labor Code
  2. Create contractual and handbook language
  3. Develop an organizing campaign
  4. Develop a “Union-Free” campaign
  5. Integrate the history of labor relations into the present day workplace
  6. Analyze the growth, decline, and subsequent evolution of unions in the U.S.
  7. Conduct a simulated contract negotiation between a Collective Bargaining Unit and Management
  8. Construct a final, ratified contract using good faith bargaining techniques
  9. Administer a grievance process
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