5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Task identity
- Certification of representative
- Right to work
- Pattern bargaining
- a Extent to which a job requires a "whole," identifiable unit of work.
- b Takes place when unions negotiate provisions covering wages and other benefits similar to those already provided in other agreements existing within the industry or region; also known as parallel bargaining.
- c Working via computing and telecommunications equipment.
- d Refers to statutes that prohibit unions from making union membership a condition of employment.
- e NLRB ceritfication indicating that a union has won an election and will be the exclusive representative of the bargaining unit.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When an employer recognizes a union as being entitled to conduct collective bargaining on behalf of workers in a particular bargainiing unit.
- Mutual bargaining obligation of an employer and a union when a majority interest in a unionized company is sold to another employer.
- Act that originally provided railroad employees the right to organize and bargain collectively; now covers both railroad and airline employees.
- Act that protects the rights of employees to organize unhampered by management; also known as Wagner Act.
- Work stoppage involving the primary employer-employee relationship that are neither sanctioned nor stimulated by the union and that violate a no-strike clause in the contract.
5 True/False Questions
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) → Principle under which regulations on unfair labor practices that apply to employers and unions also apply to acts of their agents.
Featherbedding → Act that protects the rights of employees to organize unhampered by management; also known as National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
Job enlargement → Contract between a union and an employer under which the employer agrees not to oppose a union's attempt to organize its workforce.
Hot Cargo clauses → Agreement that union members are not required to handle goods made by nonunion labor or a struck plant; illegal except for provisions in the construction and clothing industries.
Negligent hiring → Hiring of an employee who the employer knew or should have known, based on a reasonable pre-hire investigation of the employee's background, posed a risk to others in the workplace.