Employment Relations

Amie Shaw, Ruth McPhail, Susan Ressia

For sale by Ethan for $100

Employment Relations

Amie Shaw, Ruth McPhail, Susan Ressia

For sale by Dean for $125

Employment Relations

Ruth McPhail, Marjorie Jerrard, Amie Southcombe

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1001EHR Work and Employability

Written by Bec

Topic 1: Introduction to the Labour Market and the World of Work Topic 2: Employee Rights and Repr...

43 pages, 7447 words

1001EHR Work and Employability Exam Notes

Written by Callum

These are exam notes that have been taken from the lectures and contain all you need to know for the...

35 pages, 5643 words

Hannah

$30 per hour

I have strong experience as tutor, having started during my undergraduate degree as a student mentor...

Reviews

Great subject, very easy to get a good mark but if you try hard you will end up with a well made portfolio that will assist you with your career! Glad they changed the subject name to Work and Employability since the Employment Relations wouldn't suit this subject not even close.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very good learning content during lectures and very thorough explanations and workings in workshops, also has very dedicated lecturer's /tutors

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very basic subject - I found lectures too boring to attend. Big focus on pointless group discussion. Ended up with a 7 by combining all the powerpoints for the semester and taking out unnecessary slides a few days before the exam to study. Follow the guidelines for the career portfolio and you'll be set. First quiz is on textbook material which they don't really tell you so be ready to access a textbook!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Current information on employment relations, very interesting information but not necessarily essential dependent on your major.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2010

So much more to this area of study than trade unions, wish they didn't force on just that

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013