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- What is managing equity and diversity?
- Equity and diversity: models and theories
- Equity and diversity legislation in Australia
- Work and family/ work life policies
- Managing equity and diversity in organisations
- Gender diversity
- Indigenous employment experiences
- Ethnic and cultural diversity in organisations
- Equity and diversity programs in organisations
- Managing a disabled and able-bodied work force
- Sexual harassment in the workplace
- Age and employment
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Streaming Multimedia
- Audio-Video streaming
- Resources and Links
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject was previously known as IRL140.
This subject responds to the challenges faced by employment relations, human resource and other managers in providing equitable workplaces that comply with legislative requirements and that are required to deal effectively with an increasingly diverse workforce with a range of cultural, gender, disability, age and other differences.
The central question addressed will be: 'How can we understand the theories and practices that come under the broad headings of equity and diversity in the workplace, and what implications does this have for designing employment policies and practices that achieve equity, optimal productivity, innovation and job satisfaction outcomes?'. The subject examines legislation, policies and practices in Australia and analyses organisational policies and practices. The subject employs a combination of theoretical and experiential learning to encourage understanding of these processes, as well as practical skills in managing them.
- 2000 words (20%)
- 1000 words (40%)
- 2000 words (40%)
Master of Employment Relations
- Standard Program
- Program with Advanced Standing