5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Maintenance of membership
- Permissive subjects
- Unfair competition
- Project team
- a Deals with employment contracts that contain covenants not to compete after termination of employment relationship and with the use of secret, confidential, or proprietary information that the employee obtained while working for the former employer.
- b Contract clause that states that an employee may or may not choose to join a union but once the employee joins, he/she must maintain membership for the duration of the contract.
- c Group of people who come together for a specific project.
- d Collective bargaining items that may be bargained but are not obligatory; also called voluntary or nonmandatory subjects.
- e Group of people and resources who come together for the accomplishment of a specific organizational objective.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Union employees'right to have a union representative or coworker present during an investigatory interview.
- Violation statutory right under labor-relations statutes.
- Grants management full authority and discretion over the items that are or could be covered unless the contract limits management's rights in a particular area.
- Imposes on each party in a contract an obligation for honesty in the conduct of the transaction.
- Strike by employees of a bargaining unit who refuse to cross picket lines made up of employees who are not members of their bargaining unit.
5 True/False questions
Organizational feedback → Presentation of data to stimulate discussion of problem areas, generate potential solutions, and stimulate motivation for change.
Coalition bargaining → When more than one employer negotiates with the union; also known as multiple employer bargaining.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) → Umbrella term used to describe a number of problem-solving and grievance resolution approaches.
Taft-Hartley Act → Situation in which unions try to require the employment of more workers than is necessary.
Civil Service Reform Act → Act that originally provided railroad employees the right to organize and bargain collectively; now covers both railroad and airline employees.