Queen Mary, University of London
Area of Study
Business Management, Human Resources
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units6
Hours & Credits
The module aims to provide a critical understanding of the employment relations field of study, give insight into relevant conceptual and theoretical approaches and provide a sound knowledge base.
The module content will include:
1. theoretical and conceptual approaches to the study of employment
relations; the role of history in shaping contemporary employment relations; power, conflict and the nature of the employment relationship.
2. the role of the key actors in employment relations (trade unions,
employer, the state);
3. the processes of employment relations in union and non-union firms:
employer strategies; collective bargaining; employee involvement, social partnership and industrial democracy; dispute resolution, grievance and disciplinary procedures;
4. employment relations and the equality project;
5. employment relations from a comparative perspective: convergence and divergence; employment relations across national boundaries.
Assessment: 100.0% Coursework
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