5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Closed shop
- Agent-principal relationship
- Employee involvement (EI)
- a Principle under which regulations on unfair labor practices that apply to employers and unions also apply to acts of their agents.
- b Planned and orderly attempt to link the shared interests of the employee and the company for their mutual benefit.
- c Formal association of employees that promotes the interests of its membership through collective action.
- d Clause that states that union membership is a condition of hiring; is illegal (except in the construction industry).
- e Broad statement that reflects an organization's philosophy, objectives, or standards concerning a particular set of management or employee activities.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Type of picketing done to advise the public that an employer is non-union.
- Results when two part-time employees share one full-time job.
- Extent to which a job has a substantial impact on other people.
- 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.
- Injuring someone's reputation by making a false and malicious statement; may be spoken (slander) or written (libel).
5 True/False questions
Shop-floor-participation → Procedure in which disputes are submitted to one or more impartial persons for final determination.
Compressed workweek → Reflects management decisions regarding specific actions to be taken or avoided in a given situation.
TIPS → 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.
Fraudulent misrepresentation → Intentional deception relied upon and resulting in injury to another person.
Circuit City Stores v. Adams → Case in which Supreme Court ruled that a pre-hire employment application requiring that all employment disputes be settled by arbitration was enforceable under the Federal Arbitration Act.