Private Sector Labor Law (LS254)

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Part of the Online Labor Studies Program this course surveys the major areas of the law as it applies to workers and unions in the private sector. Students will concentrate on major provisions of the NLRB, examining how NLRB and Federal Courts have interpreted the national labor laws.

This ONLINE course is offered by ILR Extension.

This course surveys the major areas of the law as it applies to workers and unions in the private sector. It focuses on the right to organize and the ground rules for collective bargaining and strikes. Students will concentrate on major provisions of the National Labor Relations Act, examining how the NLRB and the Federal Courts have interpreted the national labor laws.

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Arthur Wheaton

Arthur Wheaton is director of Western NY Labor and Environmental Programs for the Worker Institute at Cornell. His expertise includes industry education and workplace training, high performance work systems, negotiations and conflict resolution, as well as auto and aerospace industrial relations....

Private Sector Labor Law (LS254) at ILR School

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