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Regulation of Employment Relationships

Postgraduate | GRF-EHR712 | 2024

Look back on the history of collective bargaining and industrial disputes. Assess unfair dismissal, workplace health and safety and discrimination regulations. Evaluate the laws that govern the relationship between employees and employers.

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7 July 2024
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13 weeks
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15 July 2024

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Regulation of Employment Relationships

About this subject

  • At the completion of this subject students will be able to:

    1. Describe the primary sources of employment relations law in Australia, the role of law in labour relations, common law and legislative rights and obligations of employees and employers.
    2. Apply legal research, analysis and writing skills necessary for future roles in the workplace as industrial relations, employment relations and human resource management specialisation in Australia.
    3. Identify the material facts and issues in hypotheticals, and apply the relevant law to those facts and issues to reach a valid legal conclusion.

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0.125 EFTSL
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