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Working in the 21st Century: Challenges and Possibilities

In the past work and occupations were shaped in various ways and degrees by the desires of workers, the presence and strength of unions, the determination of management to operate their businesses in the ways they wanted, by government laws and regulations and by the nature and pace of technological changes. The course will examine how these actors and processes will shape work in the 21st century. Antirequisite(s): LABR ST 1Z03

LABRST 2E03

Working in the 21st Century: Challenges and Possibilities

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes

In the past work and occupations were shaped in various ways and degrees by the desires of workers, the presence and strength of unions, the determination of management to operate their businesses in the ways they wanted, by government laws and regulations and by the nature and pace of technological changes. The course will examine how these actors and processes will shape work in the 21st century. Antirequisite(s): LABR ST 1Z03


Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Labour Studies program or permission of the Director