|Course set (UE) / Credits (ECTS) / Track / Specialization||Module :Management international des ressources humaines : 9 ECTS.|
|Open for visitors||yes (3 ECTS)|
|Working language :||English|
|Volume of contact hours :||18 h|
|Workload to be expected by the student :||54 h|
Track : Attendance
- Identify the actors, processes, and outcomes of Labour and Employment Relations.
- Explain the main theoretical frameworks that support the analysis of employment relations, employment relations systems, and labour–management relations.
- Analyze challenges associated with labour and employment relations in the workplace, i.e. the relationship between labour–management relations, employee representation and voice, collective bargaining, and organizational climate.
- Compare these challenges in different international settings.
Module 1. General introduction: Setting the stage for the study of labour and employment relations.
Module 2. Employment relations and the employment relationship.
Module 3. Unions and workers.
Module 4. A comparative perspective on unions.
Module 5. Management and employment relations.
Module 6. The role of government and supra-state organizations.
Module 7. Industrial action and collective bargaining.
Module 8. General conclusion: The future of employment relations.
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Bévort, A., & Jobert, A. 2011. Sociologie du travail. Les rela- tions professionnelles. Paris: Armand Colin, 2nd ed.
Biétry, F. 2007. Les partenaires sociaux. Quelle stratégie syndicale pour quel dialogue social ? Paris: EMS.
Laroche, P. & Salesina, M. 2018. GRH et relations de travail. Fondements théoriques, enjeux contemporains. Brussels: De Boeck.
Frege, C. M., & Kelly, J. 2013. Comparative Employment Rela- tions in the Global Economy. London: Routledge.
Budd, J. W. 2004. Employment With A Human Face. Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
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