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Industrial Relations and Human Resources Master's and PhD Programs in Canada

Industrial Relations and Human Resources graduate and post-graduate programs and degrees offered in Canada.

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What is Industrial Relations and Human Resources?

Industrial Relations and Human Resources (sometimes known as Organization Studies, Strategic Management, or Labour Relations) is a program that studies workplace relationships in their political, economic and social context. Usually offered through the school of business, it is a practical application of sociological and psychological theory to the modern day workplace.


About Industrial Relations and Human Resources

Human resources is closely tied to social sciences such as sociology and anthropology, as well as disciplines such as law, public administration, psychology, business administration, management, and labour studies.



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