Labor relations week 5 practice quiz

Labor relations week 5 practice quiz - process? Filing a...

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1. Most new unions in the United States are formed through secret ballot elections administered by the NLRB. True False 2. Bargaining units must consist of at least ten employees. True False 3. The process of collective bargaining in U.S. labor relations almost always has the goal of producing a  legally binding, written contract that specifies wages and many other terms of employment. True False 4. Once certified, multiple bargaining units can be combined into a single, larger bargaining unit for the  purposes of negotiating a contract if the parties agree.   True False 5. Individual employee bargaining can only take place through formal grievance procedures.   True False 6. What is the first step in most union organizing drives? Building support Initiation Certification election Collecting authorization cards 7. If an employer denies a request for voluntary recognition, what is the next employee step in the union organizing
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Unformatted text preview: process? Filing a grievance with the NLRB Collecting additional authorization card signatures Organizing a card-check election Filing an election petition with the NLRB 8. Demonstrating that there is sufficient interest for holding a decertification election can be demonstrated through ____________________. signatures on an employee petition signed authorization cards a recognition strike Any of the above 9. Which of the following is not a type of bargaining that takes place in collective bargaining to negotiate a union contract? Permissive bargaining Distributive bargaining Integrative bargaining Attitudinal structuring 10. In the bargaining process, top management is particularly concerned with ____________________. principles that are affected or established how work gets done the bottom line financial impact reaching an agreement...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course MG 420 taught by Professor Stroud during the Spring '12 term at Park.

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