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Rights of employees to organize labor unions, obligations and prerogatives of employers, questions of representation, privileges and obligations of unions, collective bargaining and dispute settlement. This course also provides an excellent opportunity to observe the varied characteristics of different techniques for conflict resolution and the problems of bridging the gap between legislative policy and the actual impact of the law. There are no prerequisites for this course. However, Constitutional Law (Law 820 and 822) and Administrative Law (Law 920) may give students a better perspective for appreciating some aspects of the course.