Examines development of capital-labor relations, U.S. unions, labor relations systems, and working class culture from the early 1800s to present.
Introduction to federal law governing labor unions, the right to organize, and collective bargaining. Topics include historical examination of labor law in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the operation of the National Labor Relations Board, and the National Labor Relations Act.
The principles and techniques of labor advocacy research. Includes survey research, qualitative methods, and corporate research techniques.
An overview of the theory and practice of collective bargaining. Includes analysis of different approaches to bargaining, the negotiations process, contract campaigns, and implementing a contract under the law.
Introduction to the principles and practices of union organizing. Topics include theories of organizing, internal and external organizing, and a case analysis of current organizing campaigns.
Introduction to the principles and practices of union organizing. Topics include theories of organizing, internal and external organizing, and a case analysis of current organizing campaigns.
The principles and techniques of labor advocacy research. Includes survey research, qualitative methods, and corporate research techniques.
Examines development of capital-labor relations, U.S. unions, labor relations systems, and working class culture from the early 1800s to present.
An overview of the theory and practice of collective bargaining. Includes analysis of different approaches to bargaining, the negotiations process, contract campaigns, and implementing a contract under the law.