|(3 cr.) The objective of this course is to enable
students to evaluate HR policies against
principles of employment law and labor relations.
Students learn about laws and policies designed
to protect equal employment opportunities (e.g.,
civil rights, disabilities and family leave) and
compensate employees for occupational injuries
and illnesses. The impact of management on labor
relations and the development of managerial
approaches to achieve labor-management
cooperation are discussed using an ethics and
social responsibility lens.
Prerequisite: MG 302; Every Year, Spring|