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19. In many collective bargaining agreements A) All of these. B) the employer has the right to force employees to work overtime. C) overtime pay is one and one-half times the regular rate. D) pyramiding of overtime is prohibited. Correct Answer(s): A Points Earned: 2.0/2.0
20. Fringe benefits today count for what percent of an employer’s total wage bill? Points Earned: 0.0/2.0
21. An advantage to the comparative norm principle is that in all cases, firms in a given industry have the same capacity to meet economic demands. Points Earned: 0.0/2.0
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22. The problems inherent in using cost of living as a determinant in wage negotiations is that wages are bargained for a future period, whereas cost of living data are historical in nature. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0
23. Today most labor-management contracts are renegotiated A) every five years. B) every three or four years. C) every two years. D) annually. Correct Answer(s): B Points Earned: 2.0/2.0
24. There has been a marked change in the general bargaining atmosphere in relatively recent years. Points Earned: 2.0/2.0
25. Which of the following is not considered a wage issue in collective bargaining? Points Earned: 2.0/2.0

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