This course provides the student with an opportunity to do independent research on some problem area in the labour and employee relations field. Topics vary to suit particular student interests but are centered in the following areas: the management of technological change and job displacement; the economic and behavioural implications of the shorter work week and of worker participation in management; job attitudes, job satisfaction, labour turnover, and productivity; various aspects of public and wage-price policy, labour law, and arbitration.

Prerequisites: COMM 181

Restrictions: This course is restricted to students enrolled in 3rd or 4th year of the Commerce Program.