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Number:MG336
Name:Employer-Employee Relations
Description:This course is a study of the philosophies, attitudes, and policies toward employee-management relationships. Topics of study include dealing with workplace conflict, problem-solving, workplace
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):Periodically
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): MG224

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, a student will be able to: Recognize and understand the role of employer/employee relations and how it relates to the overall management of human relations Understand the impact of unions on employer-employee relations both past and present Recognize how culture affects employer/ employee relations Explain what negotiation is and how to negotiate.

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
U 2014 LABOR RELATIONS+COLLECTIVE BARGAINING CARRELL 10TH 13
F 2012 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining 0-13-273001-4 Carrell, Michael R. 10TH 13 Pearson
U 2008 CASES IN COLLECTIVE BARGA DILTS 1 MCG
S 2007 CASES IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING & INDUSTRIAL REL 0-07-298736-7 DILTS 11 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHI
S 2007 LABOR RELATIONS 0-07-284221-0 BUDD MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHI
S 2006 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining 0-13-019474-3 Carrell 6th ed Prentice-Hall
S 2006 LABOR RELATIONS+COLLECTIVE BARGAINING CARRELL 6TH 01
S 2002 LABOR RELATIONS PROCESS 0-03-025841-3 HOLLEY 7TH 01 THOMSON
S 2001 Building Partnerships 0-07-240038-2 Laskowit MCG
S 2001 CASES IN COLLECT.BARG.&INDUST.RELATIONS 0-07-228739-X HILGERT MCGRAW
S 2001 Essentials of Negotiation 0-07-231285-8 Lewicki 2 MCG
S 2001 Territorial Games 0-8144-0383-2 Simmons Amaco
S 2000 Labor Relations 0-256-23887-1 Fossum 7 MCG
S 2000 Territorial Games 0-8144-7980-4 Simmons Amacom
S 1999 Cases in Coll. Bargaining