|Human Resource Management 424||HRM 424|
|Comparative Industrial Relations||3 (3-0-0-0)|
An analysis of the industrial relations practices in a number of industrially-developed market economies compared to those in Canada and the United States. The course includes a review of the social, political, and economic state of the countries, as well as an examination of key events prompting their current collective bargaining practices. The roles of unions, management, and governments are examined as they respond to social and economic forces common to industrialized market economies.
Prerequisites: Human Resource Management 220 and 2nd year standing required