Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) Program Faculty Position Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigeneity in Employment Relations

The Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) Program, Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications for a faculty position with specialization in employment relations. The appointment may be made at the rank of Assistant Professor (tenure-track appointment) or Associate Professor (tenured appointment). We are seeking applicants with research and teaching expertise that focuses on equity, diversity, inclusion and indigeneity in labour relations and human resource management in the workplace.

undergraduate programs

Undergraduate programs

Gain a competitive edge in today’s job market and make a positive impact on any organization, in any industry. Pair a Minor in Employment Relations with a Major in any other discipline or choose a Certificate in Employment Relations. Learn more about contemporary workplace issues and develop in-demand skills that can be applied across a number of different fields. It's your future - have a say in what it looks like.

full-time graduate programs

Full-time graduate programs

The future is bright. Queen’s MIR graduates provide leadership, cutting-edge practice and policy direction to Canada’s leading corporations, unions, non-profit organizations and governments. For an exceptional learning experience and a one of a kind degree, our JD/MIR is Canada’s only dual degree program that combines graduate training in human resources management, employment and labour policy with a professional degree in law.

Professional graduate program

Professional graduate program

Finally, a professional graduate program that works for you: combine work life and personal life with graduate studies. For busy professionals working in labour relations or human resources management who are looking to advance their career opportunities with a competitive academic credential from Canada’s leading university in the field of employment relations. Elevate your career without overwhelming your life.

About Queen's Employment Relations

About Queen's Employment Relations

Queen’s Employment Relations prepares students for a meaningful career in Employment Relations, Human Resources and Labour Management. By connecting today’s top researchers and policy advisors to tomorrow’s leaders, Queen’s Employment Relations is shaping the world of work - making it a better place for all Canadians.

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Innovative research drives better workplace policies which improves the quality of life for Canadian workers. Learn more about how our faculty are shaping the world of work.

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24 February, 2021

How will our graduate PMIR courses be delivered this summer and in Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 period? Some important information on our plans around Covid 19 and Remote Learning.

23 February, 2021

How will our graduate MIR courses be delivered in Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 period? Here are some questions you may be asking as we begin the 2021-22 year.

19 February, 2021

The Master of Industrial Relations (MIR) Program, Faculty of Arts and Science at Queen’s University invites applications for a faculty position with specialization in employment relations.

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