Sept. 2011 UNIVERSITY OF REGINA
Paul J. Hill School of Business
BUSINESS 355 (COLLECTIVE BARGAINING)
Instructor: Dan Cameron Class Times: Monday and Wednesday 5:30 to 6:45 pm.
Location: Ed 619. Contact: Office phone #: 789-0833 before 10:00 pm. Fax: 789 2586
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Meetings: Informally before/after class. Private: contact me at class or by phone or e-mail.
TEXT: Canadian Industrial Relations , 3nd
by Jon Peirce & Karen Bentham. Prentice Hall
This course will provide students with an in-depth focus on contemporary labour
relations/industrial relations ( note: these terms are used interchangeably in this course). Key
themes will be explored including: the past and present social, political and economic context in
which industrial relations occurs; the role of history in shaping the labour movement; the role
of legislation in regulating industrial relations and in prompting settlement; how industrial
relations functions in both the public and the private sectors; methods used by union and
management in resolving rights and interest disputes; innovative practices used by the union and