5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Secondary boycotts
- Dues checkoff
- No-lockout clause
- a Where employees agree in writing to an automatic deduction of dues from their paychecks.
- b Common-law principle stating that employers have the right to hire, fire, demote, and promote whomever they choose for any reason unless there is a law or contract to the contrary and that employees have the right to quit a job at any time.
- c Group of people and resources who come together for the accomplishment of a specific organizational objective.
- d Contract stipulation in which the company agrees not to lock out workers during a labor dispute for the life of the contract.
- e Action directed at a primary party through action against some third party.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Injuring someone's reputation by making a false and malicious statement; may be spoken (slander) or written (libel).
- Contract between a union and an employer under which the employer agrees not to oppose a union's attempt to organize its workforce.
- Exists when an agreement is implied from circumstances even though there is no express agreement between employer and employee.
- Contracts that force employees to agree not to join a union or participate in any union activity as a condition of employment.
- Temporary allocation of personel and resources for the accomplishment of a specific objective.
5 True/False questions
Coalition bargaining → When more than one employer negotiates with the union; also known as multiple employer bargaining.
Mediation → Procedure in which disputes are submitted to one or more impartial persons for final determination.
Double breasting → Working via computing and telecommunications equipment.
Duty of good faith and fair dealing → Imposes on each party in a contract an obligation for honesty in the conduct of the transaction.
Compressed workweek → Exists when an agreement is implied from circumstances even though there is no express agreement between employer and employee.