HRMN051 Labour and Employment Law for BC

 
 
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Course Description

Understanding employment law is crucial for managing legal issues in the workplace. This course provides a foundational overview of the law and its practical applications across various workplace environments.

You will learn about employment standards, common law, human rights, and workers’ compensation through a series of case studies, ensuring you are well-equipped to handle legal situations effectively.

Course Outline

In this course, you will explore:

  • Employment Standards: Learn about the basic legal requirements and regulations governing employment
  • Common Law and Contracts: Explore the principles of common law and their application to employment contracts
  • Human Rights: Understand the legal protections against discrimination and harassment in the workplace
  • Workers’ Compensation: Gain knowledge about the rights and responsibilities under workers’ compensation laws

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of employment law legislation
  • Develop strategies for analyzing and managing complex legal issues in the workplace
  • Explore options for negotiating resolutions to employee claims

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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Section Title
Labour and Employment Law for BC
Type
Online
Days
W
Time
9:00AM to 4:00PM
Dates
Nov 20, 2024
Schedule and Location Requirements
Contact Hours
7.0
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $495.00
Instructors/Guest Speakers
Section Notes
Course Drop or Withdrawal
A course drop or withdrawal can be requested by students through the Student Portal. Deadline dates for each noted below:
   Drop Deadline: Nov 19, 2024
   Withdrawal Deadline: Nov 20, 2024
 
Course Transfer
Students wishing to transfer sections or courses should contact PCS directly for support.

All drops, withdrawals and transfers are subject to the applicable Refund Policy.
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