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Under an agency shop agreement firms can hire a only

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221.Under an agency shop agreement, firms can hire: A. only union workers. B. nonunion workers, but these workers must join the union within a specified period, say, 30 days. C . nonunion workers, but these workers must join the union within a specified period, pay union dues, or donate an equivalent amount to charity. D. only nonunion workers. 222.Suppose Steve Stone takes a job with Zemo Manufacturing, whose labor contract with its unions has an agency shop clause (30 days). Steve: 223.Unions prefer:
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224.Which of the following is least likely to be found in a collective bargaining agreement (work agreement)? 225.In a labor dispute in which the existing contract has expired, a: A. firm can legally lock up unruly workers. B. firm can legally lock out union workers. C. union can legally restrict customer access to the firm. D. union can legally restrict physical access by management to the firm. 226.Which of the following bargaining tactics is illegal? 227.Private-sector strikes and lockouts typically end because: 228.Collective bargaining occurs under a framework of rules established in the: 229.A major function of the National Labor Relations Board is to: A. monitor potentially inflationary increases in wages. B. provide compulsory arbitration so that strikes and lockouts do not occur. C. set annual wage increases on an industry-by-industry basis. D. investigate and rule on charges of unfair labor practices by either management or unions.
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