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Employment Law Final
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What act was legislation that made it hard for union to fend off suits?
Norris LaGuardia Act
What act revived the economy in the 1930s?
FDR'S New Deal
When NLRA was passed it created NLRB, which established a couple of principles like ___.
NLRA is also know as ___
If a union is not happy with their representative they elected, they have to wait __ months before having another election.
In the NLRA sect 9(b), bargaining units are defined by who?
Know difference between economic strikes and unfair labor strikes.
Economic strikes if protected, employees cant be fired, but the employer can higher permanent replacements
Unfair Labor Strikes cant be fired and cant be permanently replaced
When you have election of who the union is and who represents them, what conditions need to be followed?
Laboratory Conditions must be maintained
NLRA Section 7 is about ____
If an employer questions if a union has th majority of the employees, what level of doubt do they have?
Good Faith Doubt
No level of Knowledge
If an employer does not like what employees are doing they can perform a __.
When unions strike selectively one company in an industry it is called __
The duty to bargain is the imposition of a __ to bargain collectively
What is FMCS?
Federal Mediation and Concilliation Service
One industry that requires a longer period of notice for collective bargaining is ____
What are mandatory bargaining subjects?
wages, benefits, hours and working conditions
What has federal courts to issue injunctions..
Norris LaGuardia Act
Peaceful picketing is protected under what act?
NLRA Section 7
What is a secondary boycott?
EX. encouraging the distributor (secondary or neutral employer) of the primary boycott to join
Neutral employers are prohibited from boycott
If a picketing location is not stationary, what kind of picketing is it?
Ambulatory situs picketing
What is arbitration...
Look for word Neutral adjudicator
what does the NLRB do to the decisions of arbitration of Unfair labor practices?
What is interest arbitration
arbitration that is used to create a new collective agreement or to renew an existing agreement
What is rights arbitration
arbitration that is used to resolve an issue involving interpretation or application of an existing agreement
Duty to fair representation on the union applies to all employees of the ___
If you breach duty of fair representation you may have a __ filed against you.
Unfair Labor Practice
What do you file sexual harassment or discrimination under?
Civil Rights Act; Title 7
What is a union shop clause?
clause in an agreement requiring all present and future members of a bargaining unit to be union members
Is appointment of bargaining similar in private and public sector employers the same?
What branch of government was granted by the Civil Service Act to set wages, hours and other terms
What is the federal relations act that allows federal employees to bargain collectively?
Federal Service Labor Management Relations Act; FSLMRA
Another term for a law passed by congress?
The Secretary of what department has authority to make OSHA standards?
Secretary of Labor
What are the two perspectives on which OSHA must determine feasability?
OSHA person who looks to make sure your hospital is safe?
If employee quits their job they are not entitled to ___.
Unemployment compensation claims must be considered in the company's total __ strategy.
Human Resource Strategy
What Act exempts state worker compensation laws?
Employee Retirement Income Security Act
social securities original purpose?
it was originally old age and survivors insurance (OASI)
The example of shift change for registers, unfair working hours, A complaint would be filed under ___.
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
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