5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Civil Service Reform Act
- Dues checkoff
- Right to work
- Authorization cards
- Coordinated bargaining
- a When an employer bargains with several unions simultaneously but on a separate basis.
- b Act that extended collective bargaining rights to federal employees.
- c Where employees agree in writing to an automatic deduction of dues from their paychecks.
- d Cards signed by employees to indicate that they want union representation.
- e Refers to statutes that prohibit unions from making union membership a condition of employment.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Takes place when there is more than one issue to be resolved; focuses on creative solutions to conflicts that reconcile parties' interests and result in mutual benefit.
- Type of representation election that involves an agreement between an employer and a union to waive the preelection hearing.
- 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.
- When a common owner operates both union and nonunion businesses.
- 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.
5 True/False questions
Wagner Act → Act that protects the rights of employees to organize unhampered by management; also known as National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
Work rule → Reflects management decisions regarding specific actions to be taken or avoided in a given situation.
Industrial democracy → Breaks the monotony of routine jobs by shifting people between comparable but different jobs.
Skill variety → Refusal by employees to work.
Bumping → Giving more-senior workers whose jobs have been eliminated the right to transfer into jobs of less-senior workers.