Labor Studies & Employment Relations

2011 Labor Management Conference

What Do Labor and Management Need to Know about the Impact of Healthcare Reform?

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The 36th Annual Northeast Regional Summer School for Union Women


Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

 

What is the Summer School?

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Stay abreast of the changing job market through graduate certificates. For more information contact:

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Gain a breath of information related to employment, worker's rights, and policy through the Master of Labor and Employment Relations. For more information contact

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A Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations will prepare you for the working world. You can also enhance your studies through our many minors and concentrations. For more information contact Amy Marchitto at amarchitto@work.rutgers.edu or call 848-932-8559.

2010 Labor Management Conference

Sixth Labor and Management Partnership Conference

Collective Bargaining

Labor and Management Conference

Each year, the New Jersey Labor-Management Partnership Conference brings together the most experienced, thoughtful, and creative minds in New Jersey labor-management community to share ideas, strategies and concerns in an academic environment where debate is encouraged and nourished.  Out long-term goal is to improve labor-management relations in New Jersey and beyond as the results of the Rutgers Labor-Management Partnership begin to shape professional practice.  Past conference topics include:

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Current Schedule & Syllabi

Please click on the location for the Labor Studies and Employment Relations courses offered and a copy of their syllabus:

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