ORMN 473 Labor Relations

Started on January 1, 1970

3 hours
This course is a study of the American labor force: measurement, characteristics and behavior under changing income, employment and technology. An examination of recent labor market developments provides the basis for a critical analysis and appraisal of contemporary wage theory. Topics include changes in the labor force, unemployment, water determination, the minimum wage, internal labor markets, productivity, discrimination, unions, and collective bargaining. Key legislation affecting employees and labor relations are also reviewed.