Labor Relations FINAL EXAM

Labor Relations FINAL EXAM - Certification of a Union(NLRB...

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Labor Relations Definition Why Join a Union Key Terms Legislation Unionization Process Bargaining Process Non-Private Sector Unions
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Labor Union Definition: Organizations formed for the purpose of representing their members’ interests in dealing with employers (text p. 401) **
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Why Join? Wages and benefits Job security Management Job safety Social aspect Leadership w/o company management Mandated (union shop; no state right-to-work legislation)
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Key Terms Closed Shop Union Shop Agency Shop Full Member Fair-Share Member Union Steward
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Legislation Early 1900s Injunctions Yellow-dog contracts Railway Labor Act, 1926 Norris-LaGuardia Act, 1932 Wagner Act, 1935 Taft-Hartley Act, 1947 Landrum-Griffin Act, 1959
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Unionization Process Organizing Campaign Authorization Cards If > 50% sign… If 30-50% sign… If < 30% sign…
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Unformatted text preview: Certification of a Union (NLRB) • Contract Negotiation (Union & Mngt) • Decertification… Union Strategies • Corporate Labor Campaigns • Flooding Communities • Organizing Funds • Target Market Segments Bargaining Process • Preparation • Negotiation • Settlement/Agreement • Ratification • Administration Bargaining Issues • Bargaining Impasse • Strikes • Lockouts • Mediation • Arbitration Grievances • Involvement of the union steward and the immediate supervisor • Involvement of labor relations rep and production supervisor • Involvement of local union officer and top level management • arbitration Non-Private Sectors • Public (government) – 1962 Executive Order – Civil Service Reform Act, 1978 – Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 • Employee Associations...
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