1 dconciliation l abour relations legislation in

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Unformatted text preview: ions legislation in Canada is modelled after the legislation passed in the U nited Kingdom. a. True b. False G rade: U ser Responses: F eedback: 1 b.False 6 C hapter 10 - P ost Test M archiori, Mercedes 19. A c ertified union is a bargaining agent for a group of employees. a. True b. False G rade: U ser Responses: F eedback: 20. E ven where there is a union, i ndividual employees can try to work out a deal for t hemselves with their employer. a. True b. False G rade: U ser Responses: F eedback: 21. 1 a.True 1 b.False W hich of the following would amount to working to rule? a. Employees blacklisting the employer s product b. Employees doing no more than the minimum required by the collective agreement c. Striking d. Employees attempting to influence the public by putting advertisements in the newspaper e. Picketing G rade: U ser Res ponses: 1 b.Employees doing no more than the minimum required by the collective agreement F eedback: 22. W hich of the following is n ot t rue with regard to public sector employees? a. Special legislation covers public sector employees. b. People involved in essential services may have their right to strike limited. c. They may be required to participate in compulsory arbitration. d. Government retains the right to impose a settlement. e. They may have their fundamental freedoms (including freedom of speech) controlled. G rade: U ser Responses: 1 e.They may have their fundamental freedoms (including freedom of speech) controlled. F eedback: 7...
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