Homework0001 - Zoe, who works as a retail clerk, wishes to...

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Zoe, who works as a retail clerk, wishes to talk with her co-workers about organizing a union. Her employer threatens to fire her if she talks with other workers about union activity in the presence of customers while she is working. Does the employer have a legal right to make this threat to Zoe? (' A) Yes. (' B) Yes, but only if expressly authorized by state law. I C) Yes, but only if expressly authorized by the National Labor Relations Board. ('~NO. Employees of Truan went on strike because Truan refused to bargain in good faith. After the strike, the striking workers are: I Qentitled to get their jobs back. I B) not entitled to get their jobs back. I C) entitled to get their jobs back but only as they become available. I D) fired. r A) True I@=alse
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~~rue B) False Seventy farmers in Morgan County joined together to gain the advantages of purchasing seed and fertilizer in bulk and of obtaining better prices when distributing and selling their crops. These farmers have formed a: r A) business trust. \"A-
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course BUS 400 taught by Professor Grear during the Spring '11 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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