Overall, a very practical course and very helpful for practicing negotiation skills not only with employment agreements but also everyday life such as buying a car/house. However, as it is very practical the lecturer requires basically 100% attendance from everyone (I received an email from him asking why I wasn't at class one week). The lecturer tends to ramble on a bit on dry theory which you do in the first 6 weeks. The last weeks you participate in a practical assignment where two teams of 5 negotiate against each other over an employment agreement. It can be extremely frustrating at times, however very rewarding. The mid semester exam questions come straight from the textbook.