Differentiate between management, union and labour relations boards objectives, processes, and strategies.
Interpret and apply Collective Agreement articles.
Identify the causes and predict the consequences of strike or lockout activity
All the tools needed to teach online, plus slide decks
Start work on the Cinematic paper
If they missed the last class, watch the assigned movie
Keep revising their Process Reports
Key takeaways from the movie last week?
All the theories, models, and frameworks!
Indigenous ways of managing
Recognizing the colonial structures in our traditional ways of managing
Time to get up, rest your eyes, get a drink, etc.
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AUTHOR TALKS: WHAT SEPARATES THE BEST CEOS FROM THE REST? (27 minutes)
Time again to look away from the screens and rest your eyes
The Grievance Process
About the two classes for the In-Class Simulation
Mandatory Attendance– Absence may result in 0 on Peer Evaluation (10%)
Every time I've done this simulation before, the groups finished all the work during class time. We then only needed the last hour or so of the second day for the Active Negotiations.
BUT, all of this relies on the majority of students (preferably everyone) having read all the materials in advance and prepared to be full and engaged participants.
If haven't yet seen it, watch the movie assigned for the course
Read all the materials in advance to be familiar and ready to engage!
Decide which side you want to be on for the Simulation