5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Consent election
- Unfair competition
- Inevitable disclosure
- Neutrality agreement
- a Deals with employment contracts that contain covenants not to compete after termination of employment relationship and with the use of secret, confidential, or proprietary information that the employee obtained while working for the former employer.
- b Type of representation election that involves an agreement between an employer and a union to waive the preelection hearing.
- c Enables an employer to prevent an employee from taking employment with a competitor when the current employer's trade secrets might "inevitably" be disclosed.
- d Method of nonbinding dispute resolution involving a third party who tries to help disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable decision; also known as mediation.
- e Contract between a union and an employer under which the employer agrees not to oppose a union's attempt to organize its workforce.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Reflects management decisions regarding specific actions to be taken or avoided in a given situation.
- Removes authority of a bargaining representative in a non-right-to-work state to negotiate or enforce a union security clause.
- Where employees agree in writing to an automatic deduction of dues from their paychecks.
- Temporary allocation of personel and resources for the accomplishment of a specific objective.
- States that when a struck employer effectively uses the employees of an ally as strike breakers and when a union extends its primary picketing to this employer, no violation of the LMRA's secondary boycott prohibitions exists.
5 True/False questions
Organizational picketing → Type of picketing done to advise the public that an employer is non-union.
Maintenance of membership → Clause that states that even if workers do not join the union, they must still pay the equivalent of dues to the union.
Positional negotiation → Type of contract negotiation based on four premises:1) separate the people from the problem, 2) focus on interests, not positions, 3) invent options for mutual gain, and 4) insist on objective criteria.
Duty of loyalty → Act that minimally restricted the use of injuctions against labor and legalized peaceful strikes, picketing, and boycotts.
Focus group → Results when two part-time employees share one full-time job.