The Collective Bargaining Process

Course Information

Collective bargaining aims to improve working conditions for both unionized workers and management, which also leads to broader socio-economic changes. Students learn practical skills and knowledge related to administering, negotiating, and interpreting collective agreements and unfair labour practices. Through applied research projects, online discussions, and case study analyses, students develop and apply methods and approaches to dispute resolution within the labour relations sphere, including grievance procedures, arbitration, mediation and alternative bargaining.

Intake W20 SEM

Start Date Jan 14 / 2020

End Date Apr 21 / 2020

Prerequisite(s):

n/a

Computer Software Requirements:

n/a

Chats:

Yes

Group Work:

n/a

Registering college code:
CM-BUS4317

Host college code:
AL-MGT1501

How to register

You can register in-person, on-line, by phone, fax or mail. When Registering for a course, it is not necessary to include the 3 digit college code prefix (e.g. ENG1001– not CM-ENG1001). For details visit http://cambriancollege.ca/continuing/

Contact

Continuing Education
Phone : (705) 566-8101 ext. 7373
Email : continuing@cambriancollege.ca

1400 Barrydowne Rd
Sudbury, ON
P3A 3V8

Phone : (705) 566-8101 ext. 7373
Fax : (705) 524-7362

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