Unit

School Of Management

International and Comparative Employment RelationsWestern Sydney University Unit Code: 200622.1

Discipline: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Student Contribution Band: 3

Level: 3

Credit Points: 10

Co ordinator
Brian ONeill


Equivalent Units
61474 - International and Comparative Employment Relations

Prerequisite
200300 Managing People at Work

Teaching Periods
Nothing on offer.

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About this Unit
The countries studied may include Europe, Scandinavia, North America, and the Pacific Rim. Through comparative study of the countries, selected attention is placed on the divergence of industrial relations systems as well as those aspects of industrial relations that show convergence. Emphasis is placed on describing how the industrial relations system operates in each of the countries and by so doing attention is also paid to the challenges and trends facing each of those countries and how the principal participants are responding to the changes. Throughout the unit the focus is comparative industrial relations, rather than a study of each of the systems in isolation. Attention is also given to international trade union practices and international management practices in the context of transnational corporations.


Courses
2739.2Bachelor of Business and CommerceCONTINUING
2739.5Bachelor of Business and CommerceCONTINUING
2740.2Bachelor of Business and Commerce/Bachelor of LawsCONTINUING


Specialisations

KT2010.1Human Resource Management and Industrial RelationsCONTINUING
KT2012.1International Business and Global ManagementCONTINUING
M08ER.1Employment RelationsCONTINUING
M2002.1Employment RelationsCONTINUING
M2008.1Managing GloballyCONTINUING
S08ER.1Employment RelationsCONTINUING
SM2004.1Employment RelationsCONTINUING




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