LAW3571 - EMPLOYMENT LAW
4 credit (General Credit)
Covers the legal aspects of managing employees with respect to employment contracts, company and employee liability for torts and crimes, privacy and free speech, unions, wrongful termination, work force diversity (including a discussion about hiring foreign employees, as well as discrimination based on national origin, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age and disability), reengineering, layoffs, and occupational safety. Students engage in an in-depth analysis of relevant laws, regulations, and court cases to develop legal reasoning skills that will enable them to put action-oriented managerial policies into place. The ethical, global and international dimensions of these topics will also be covered. This is a writing intensive course.