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LSTU 622 Human Resources in Practice: Negotiation, Mediation, and Alternative Dispute Resolution 4.0 Credits

Human resource managers deal not only with laws, rules and regulations, but also and foremost, with people. This course explores the practical reality of working in human resources and provides the necessary skills to ensure competency and success. The course focuses on negotiation with subordinates, peers and supervisors; mediation, because human resource workers often act as informal mediators between employees and supervisors; and alternative dispute resolution, as more employers require their employees to submit their complaints to some form of resolution process as an alternative to a formal lawsuit. This course will familiarize students with issues that arise in human resource departments and provide them with concrete tools to analyze, understand, and implement the best possible path to resolution.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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