||This course provides an introduction to the industrial workplace focusing on the work ethic, workplace costs, project management, workplace training and problem solving.
- Explain the employment-at-will doctrine as it relates to the employment relationship.
- Identify the employee's role in workplace safety, security and employee health.
- Demonstrate the key elements in successful employment.
- Identify effective training techniques.
- Apply the ADDIE (assessment, design, development, implement and evaluate) model of problem solving.
- Use organizational, personal and task analysis to enhance workplace operations.
- Identify conditions that lead to successful project management.
- Critique different approaches to unionism.
- Compare the positions of union and management related to the employer/employee relationship.
- Describe the ethics of the industrial workplace.
- Identify mediation and dispute resolution procedures.
- Develop enhanced communication, trust and conflict management skills.
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