Courses & Units

Managing and Decision Making in Workplace Conflict LAW568

Introduction

In this unit students will learn how to act as an investigator and decision maker in workplace conflict.  Students will develop knowledge and skills to enable them to make decisions about workplace conflict using fair process and to provide clear reasons for their decisions.

Summary

Unit name Managing and Decision Making in Workplace Conflict
Unit code LAW568
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
Discipline Law
Coordinator Dr Olivia Rundle and Dr Samantha Hardy
Teaching staff

Dr Olivia Rundle and Dr Samantha Hardy

Level Postgraduate
Available as student elective? No
Breadth Unit? No

Availability

This unit is currently unavailable.

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Fees

Domestic

Band Field of Education
1 100707

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Requisites

Prerequisites

LAW555, LAW556

Teaching

Teaching Pattern

All unit material will be provided online, in the form of readings, short videos and online activities.

Assessment

1 x skills assessment (30%); 1 x conduct investigation (50%); 1 x engagement in online activities (20%).

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Flexible Study Options

All unit material will be provided online, in the form of readings, short videos and online activities.

Textbooks

Required

Rose Bryant-Smith, Grevis Beard and Lisa Klug (2013)Effective Workplace Investigations: A practical guide for Australian HR Professionals, Worklogic.

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