Chapter 18- Labor-Management Relations

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Chapter 18- Labor-Management Relations T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. Employers can agree with unions not to handle, use, or deal in non-union-produced goods.         2. Management serves as the representative of workers in bargaining with a union.         3. Federal labor law protects employees’ rights to strike, to picket, and to boycott.         4. Employees have no right to engage in collective bargaining through elected representatives.         5. Similarity of workers’ jobs is a factor in determining which workers are to be represented by a union.         6. Supervisors and managers cannot be members of a union.         7. An employer cannot consider union participation as a criterion for deciding which workers to hire.         8. An employer can use a lockout to break a union and pressure employees into decertifying it.         9. An employer may make unilateral changes in important working conditions if bargaining negotiations  reach an impasse.         10. If an employer commits an unfair labor practice during a union election campaign, the election may be  invalidated. M
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