Contents of the labor relationship. Labor rights and duties. Working time. Salary provision.
A future graduate in Industrial Relations and Human Resources must acquire a thorough legal education, eminently practical in labor to complete a comprehensive and interdisciplinary in the legal and human resources that will enable you to play high responsibility positions in both the public and private sectors. The Labour Law should be understood, from this point of view, not only as a set of rules applicable to the contractual relationship that binds the company to each of its workers but as a valid and effective instrument to face the direction of resource departments human and contribute to improve productivity and competitiveness of any company.
The thematic content of the course STATUS OF THE LABOR RELATIONS aims to align the student to theoretical and practical knowledge of the dynamics of labor relations in its individual aspect and the regulatory system that regulates them. All this as a frame of reference the business dimension and pose major problems to which the application is subject of labor standards at the present stage of transformation of the economic and productive as a result of globalization and the rise of new technologies.
In this way, future graduates will have an overview of labor law and institutions will be equipped with effective tools of analysis to the challenge of dealing with the changes taking place in the labor market in this global context in order to successfully tackle problems involved in implementing labor standards in the company.