5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Interest-based bargaining (IBB)
- Dues checkoff
- Closed shop
- Work councils
- a As related to international labor relations, groups of workers and management representatives charged with examining how to improve company performance, working conditions, job security, etc.
- b Form of negotiating where parties look for common ground and attempt to satisfy mutual interests through the bargaining process.
- c Clause that states that union membership is a condition of hiring; is illegal (except in the construction industry).
- d Method of nonbinding dispute resolution involving a third party who helps disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable decision; also known as conciliation.
- e Where employees agree in writing to an automatic deduction of dues from their paychecks.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Acronym used by many labor management attorneys and consultants that covers most of the unfair labor practice pitfalls a supervisor can run into: Don't Threaten, Interrogate, Promise, or Spy.
- Collective bargaining items required by law and the NLRB.
- When more than one employer negotiates with the union; also known as multiple employer bargaining.
- Refusal by employees to work.
- Set of two or more people who are equally accountable for the accomplishment of a purpose and specific performance goals.
5 True/False questions
Progressive discipline → System of increasingly severe penalties for employee discipline.
Employee handbook → Explains major and generally describes the employee benefits provided.
Fraudulent misrepresentation → Requires that unions act fairly on behalf of the employees they represent in negotiation and administering collective bargaining agreements.
Secondary boycotts → Union employees'right to have a union representative or coworker present during an investigatory interview.
Excelsior List → List the employer has to provide to the union with the names and addresses of certain employees within seven days after the direction of or consent to an election.