5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Double breasting
- Informational picketing
- Negligent retention
- Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS)
- a Type of picketing done to advise the public that an employer is non-union.
- b Process of sending employees abroad and supporting their ability to adapt to cultural changes and complete their international assignment.
- c Offers assistance in contract settlement and maintains a list of arbitrators to help interpret contract language and resolve disputes.
- d Retention of employees who engage in misconduct both during and after working hours.
- e When a common owner operates both union and nonunion businesses.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Involves verbal promises made between employer and employee related to employment.
- Mutual bargaining obligation of an employer and a union when a majority interest in a unionized company is sold to another employer.
- Clause that states that even if workers do not join the union, they must still pay the equivalent of dues to the union.
- Employees a United States company hires abroad for jobs in their own country.
- As related to international labor relations, a participatory management approach in which workers have the opportunity to identify problems and help resolve them.
5 True/False questions
Excelsior List → Act that minimally restricted the use of injuctions against labor and legalized peaceful strikes, picketing, and boycotts.
Electromation → Process of sending employees abroad and supporting their ability to adapt to cultural changes and complete their international assignment.
Arbitration → Method of nonbinding dispute resolution involving a third party who helps disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable decision; also known as conciliation.
Zipper clause → Contract stipulation in which both parties waive the right to demand bargaining on any matter not dealt with in the contract, whether or not that matter was contemplated when the contract was negotiated or signed.
Directed election → As related to international labor relations, a practice in which employees have a role in the management of a company that includes worker representatives with voting rights on the corporate board of directors.