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Organized Labor and Management Relations

Since the Industrial Revolution, unions have been formed in various industries to secure improvements in working conditions and fair wages for their members. This course is designed to offer key details, insights, skills, and techniques for improved working relationships in a union environment. A major focus of this course will include the perspectives of both management working with union members, and union members working with management.

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