Labor Studies & Employment Relations

Research

Our faculty members are leading researchers nationally and internationally in the field of labor and employment relations. We conduct rigorous research and publish findings that assist workers, unions, labor-related organizations, and policymakers to respond to emerging labor, employment, and collective bargaining issues. We also undertake research projects on a contract basis for unions and labor-related organizations. 

Union Leadership Academy

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The Union Leadership Academy (ULA) held a shop steward training session for International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 68 in West Caldwell, NJ. Attendees, seen above, will advance their leadership skills through ULA’s classes.

Public Sector Labor Relations Certificate Program

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Registration for 2016-2017 Courses is Now Open! Click here for Schedule

Gain key employment relations skills to prevent labor disputes, support conflict resolution, and promote collective negotiation

Education and Training

LEARN: Knowledge Is Power

Knowledge is power. That’s why LEARN offer various high-quality education and training programs for workers, union members, leaders, and representatives; and labor relations and legal professionals. We also develop customized programs to meet the specific education and training needs of unions and labor-related organizations and deliver these programs onsite.

What Our Students & Alumni Are Saying

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Meet out students and alumni and learn about their experiences studying at Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations.

 

Jenna Hampton

Schedule of Classes | Atlantic Cape Community College in Mays Landing

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Western Monmouth Higher Education Center, Freehold

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Course Syllabi

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Course Descriptions | Undergraduate

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The small class sizes and variety of offerings on our Course Syllabi will fit your busy life.

37:575:100 Introduction to Labor Studies and Employment Relations (3)

Work, workers, and organizations that represent employees; class, race, gender, and work; legal, labor market, and human resource issues. Brief Syllabus

Requirements | Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations

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Credits

Select 36 credits from undergraduate courses offered by the Labor Studies and Employment Relations Department with a grade of C or better, including:

  • 37:575:100 (Introduction to Labor Studies) or 37:575:110 (Work, Society, & the Quality of Life)
  • 37:575:315 (Employment Law)