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Faculty of Business

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We enjoy strong links with industry and work with employers to develop relevant programmes accredited by professional bodies. Taught by experienced staff we give you the opportunity to boost your career.

Faculty of Business

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Analysing the Public and Private Sector Pay Crises for Industrial Peace and Harmony


Years of austerity, rising inflation and a cost of living crisis have led to a wide range of pay disputes across the public and private sectors. Workers have sought to regain the real value of earning eroded by low pay increases and tight pay controls over a number of years. Strikes have taken place across organisations, in the civil service and many other private sectors.

The course with case studies on public and private sector's pay crises will examine what happens to pay in the public and private sectors, the role of the Government, Employers and the Unions in the disputes. It will address contentious issues and to reflect on future pay prospects necessary to ensure a sustainable industrial peace and harmony. Participants are expected from Public and Private Organisations, Employers Organisations, Unions, and Non Governmental Organisation.

The course will be delivered by the Centre for Research on Employment Work (CREW) at Greenwich Business School, University of Greenwich, London and in person. Experts and resource persons on the subject from the public and private sectors will deliver the sessions.

Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Please note Hamilton House is not an accessible building and has no lift or ramp access.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Early Bird Ticket£2200.00[Read More]
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Developing Effective Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Maritime Sector


This 4-day course brings together stakeholders (Government, Employers and Employees) in the public and private maritime sector to address changes that have prompted demands for new forms of tripartite dialogue.

The aim is to build stakeholder capacity to engage in tripartite discussions and to produce tripartite understandings and agreements for maritime labour and employees in the sector. Participants are expected from governments and private organisations in shipping companies, human resource organisations, manning agencies, seaports terminals, welfare organisations as well as oil and gas companies. Resource persons who are industry experts and those from the academia on tripartite collective bargaining agreements will deliver the sessions.

It will be delivered in persons by the Centre of Research on Employment and Work (CREW), at the Greenwich Business School, University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom. 

Attendee CategoryCost   
Early Bird Package£1100.00[Read More]

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