5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Task identity
- Civil Service Reform Act
- a Process of using paid union organizers to infiltrate an organization and organize a company's workers.
- b Working via computing and telecommunications equipment.
- c Court order that directs a party, employer, or union to do or refrain from doing a certain act (or acts).
- d Act that extended collective bargaining rights to federal employees.
- e Extent to which a job requires a "whole," identifiable unit of work.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Contracts that force employees to agree not to join a union or participate in any union activity as a condition of employment.
- Cards signed by employees to indicate that they want union representation.
- 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.
- NLRB decision that lifted some of the restrictions on employers' use of employee participation committees.
- When an employer recognizes a union as being entitled to conduct collective bargaining on behalf of workers in a particular bargainiing unit.
5 True/False Questions
Task significance → Extent to which a job has a substantial impact on other people.
Job enlargement → Act that protects the rights of employees to organize unhampered by management; also known as National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)
Skip-level interviews → Practice in union-free organizations of encouraging managers to spend time with each employee two levels below them on an annual basis.
Circuit City Stores v. Adams → NLRB certification indicating that a union has lost an election.
Unfair labor practice (ULP) → Violation statutory right under labor-relations statutes.