5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Agent-principal relationship
- Principled negotiation
- Negligent retention
- Express oral contract
- Employee handbook
- a Explains major and generally describes the employee benefits provided.
- b Retention of employees who engage in misconduct both during and after working hours.
- c 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.
- d Principle under which regulations on unfair labor practices that apply to employers and unions also apply to acts of their agents.
- e Involves verbal promises made between employer and employee related to employment.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Umbrella term used to describe a number of problem-solving and grievance resolution approaches.
- Breaks the monotony of routine jobs by shifting people between comparable but different jobs.
- Act that protects the rights of employees to organize unhampered by management; also known as Wagner Act.
- Results when two part-time employees share one full-time job.
- 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.
5 True/False questions
Salting → Process of using paid union organizers to infiltrate an organization and organize a company's workers.
National Industrial Recovery Act → Act that curbed concentrations of power that interfered with trade and reduced economic competition; directed at large monopolistic employers but applied by courts to the labor unions.
Duty of successor employers or unions → Requires that unions act fairly on behalf of the employees they represent in negotiation and administering collective bargaining agreements.
Organizational picketing → Type of picketing done to induce employees to accept the union as their representative.
Mediation → Method of nonbinding dispute resolution involving a third party who helps disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable decision; also known as conciliation.