Teach HRLR 314, Legal Environment of Work, in Fall 2022, in the School of Human Resources & Labor Relations. This course provides understanding of and the ability to critique the rights of applicants and employees, and the legal responsibilities of employers in maintaining a diverse, non-discriminatory and safe work environment. Responsibilities include instruction of 3-credit course, grading, and overall course management.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability or protected veteran status.
Masters -human resources or related field.
Doctorate -human resources or related field.
Master's degree in employment relations, human resource management, sociology, economics, or a related field.
Successful experience as instructor or teaching assistant in the area of employment and labor law at a university level.
Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
Current expertise in at least one research area related to legal standards in the areas of employment and labor law in the United States.
JD or PhD in employment relations, human resource management, sociology, economics, or a related field.
Demonstrated experience teaching undergraduate-level courses.
Demonstrated ability to interact with undergraduate students.
Required Application Materials
To apply, please visit the MSU job postings website (careers.msu.edu) and search for Posting No. 800488 in the faculty/academic staff section. Please submit the following: cover letter indicating reasons for interest and explanation of qualifications, and a curriculum vitae including contact information for at least two references.
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The School of Human Resources and Labor Relations (SHRLR) aims to impact the world of work through research, teaching and outreach in a way that improves employer-employee relationships, creating opportunities for sustained competitive advantage, impact, and rewarding and equitable work lives. As a School, we are committed to building a diverse community that values integrity and excellence in research, that respects a broad range of backgrounds, viewpoints and experiences, and embraces individual differences. We treat each other with respect and reject hate in any form.
SHRLR offers the Human Capital & Society degree, which trains students in effective organizational staffing and leadership, building motivating workplaces, managing global/local legal compliance, fostering diversity and inclusiveness, a nd analyzing total rewards and labor market data.
To find out more about the School, visit our website: hrlr.msu.edu.
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