This course presents collective bargaining as an agreement making, an agreement administering, and an agreement enforcing action between labor and management. Collective bargaining principles are analyzed through lectures, class discussion, and guest speakers. Application of these principles is provided through the actual bargaining of a labor contract.
Prerequisite(s): BUS 270 and junior standing or permission of the instructor.
An in-depth study of current policies and problems in human resource management. Subjects include human resource planning, recruiting, selection, training, management development, compensation, discipline, labor relations, equal employment opportunity laws/regulations, and human resource management policies.
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing or permission of the instructor.