-that students have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study) to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant issues of social, scientific or ethical nature
-Select, analyze and interpret the legal and conventional regulations, as well as the jurisprudence and judicial doctrine applicable to factual assumptions related to labor and collective relations, in order to solve different problems in these areas
-To understand, analyze and solve problems related to the work factor within companies (according to their size and sector of activity), from an economic, quantitative and qualitative perspective, particularly from an international perspective, and from the new social demands linked to the challenges of digitization and robotization.
- Understand simple and complex legal problems linked to labor relations and employment, and offer precise solutions from the different perspectives of the different subjects involved
-Assess the different agents involved in the legal-labor relations of the company to prevent and solve potential or current conflicts.
-Design, apply, evaluate processes, tools, plans, systems, etc. related to the organization of work and compliance with legal obligations with regard to individual and collective working conditions.
-Evaluate states of affairs regarding the work factor or, to some of its aspects, and propose strategies for implementation, optimization or modification in the company or organizations, from legal, economic, sociological, or political perspectives.