Industrial Relations / Negotiations / Labor Law


The relationships between employees and employers can be viewed both from an individualistic as well as collectivistic point of view. These relationships are based on the existing legal framework (both for the individualistic and collectivistic point of view) and are formulated through negotiations.

Under this framework, this course covers the respective needs of the students. For this reason, we offer first the necessary knowledge of individual labor law (three lectures).

Subsequently, issues of conflict management and negotiation are being covered (four lectures), which specialize in industrial relations (collective relations between employees and employers) and are covered in the last part of the course program (three lectures). Under this context, negotiation models prevailing mainly in Greek enterprises are being presented.