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5 Matching questions

  1. Railway Labor Act
  2. Work rule
  3. Conciliation
  4. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS)
  5. Work team
  1. a Method of nonbinding dispute resolution involving a third party who tries to help disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable decision; also known as mediation.
  2. b Act that originally provided railroad employees the right to organize and bargain collectively; now covers both railroad and airline employees.
  3. c Reflects management decisions regarding specific actions to be taken or avoided in a given situation.
  4. d Group of employees responsible for a given end product.
  5. e Offers assistance in contract settlement and maintains a list of arbitrators to help interpret contract language and resolve disputes.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Act that protects the rights of union members from corrupt or discriminatory labor unions; also known as Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA).
  2. Cards signed by employees to indicate that they want union representation.
  3. Employees a United States company hires abroad for jobs in their own country.
  4. Act that guarantees workers' right to organize and restricts issuance of court injunctions against nonviolent union activity such as strikes, picketing, and boycotts.
  5. Temporary allocation of personel and resources for the accomplishment of a specific objective.

5 True/False questions

  1. Job sharingProcess of using paid union organizers to infiltrate an organization and organize a company's workers.


  2. Phased retirementOffers employees the opportunity to gradually reduce the number of hours they work before they are fully retired.


  3. Progressive disciplineCollective bargaining items that may be bargained but are not obligatory; also called voluntary or nonmandatory subjects.


  4. UnionFormal association of employees that promotes the interests of its membership through collective action.


  5. Secondary boycottsAction directed at a primary party through action against some third party.