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Labour and Employment Law

The law plays a major role in shaping almost every aspect of work, from the workers’ basic duties on the job, through their right to organize, to how and when unions are allowed to bargain and go on strike. But how does the law frame these workplace issues? What interests - the workers, the employers, the public - does the law try to balance, and which side does it favour?

LABRST 3C03 / Commerce 4BF3

Labour and Employment Law

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): III Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

The law plays a major role in shaping almost every aspect of work, from the workers’ basic duties on the job, through their right to organize, to how and when unions are allowed to bargain and go on strike. But how does the law frame these workplace issues? What interests - the workers, the employers, the public - does the law try to balance, and which side does it favour?


Judy Fudge

Professor (as of July 01, 2018)

Prerequisite(s): LABRST 2A03, and registration in a Labour Studies program; or permission of the Director Generally offered in alternate years.