The course aims at providing students with a sound knowledge of the collective dimension of the labour relationship in the light of the Industrial Relations approach.
A good knowledge of Labor Law.
Good knowledge (at least passive) of English.
1. Industrial Relations: A Definition.
2. The Collective Dimensions of Labour Relationships.
3. Places, Levels and Actors of Industrial Relations.
4. Undertaking Industrial Relations.
5. Sectoral Industrial Relations.
6. Intersectoral Industrial Relations.
7. Transnational Industrial Relations.
8. Industrial Relations in the Digital Era.
9. Industrial Relations and Freedom of Association.
10. Industrial Relations and the Works Councils System.
11. Information, Consultation and Participation.
12. Industrial Relations and Well-being at Work.
13. Collective negotiation and bargaining.
14. Collective Agreements, their Parts and their Purposes.
15. The Machinery of Collective Agreements.
16. Peaceful Disputes Resolution.
17. Collective Action, its Purposes and its Limits.
18. Industrial Relations and the Courts.
The course deals with the collective dimension of labour relationships in the view of the Industrial Relations approach, focusing on the undertaking, the sector and the intersectoral level, in a national, supranational, international and transnational perspective.
Lectures, working groups and presentations (in presence of virtual).
To be defined by consensus according to the language skills of the student.
In case of language difficulties, a targeted assistance will be provided in consulting hours.