To join the union they must pay an agency fee the fee

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to join the union, they must pay an agency fee. The fee supports collective bargaining costs. Agency shops are lawful. Reference: Cheeseman, H. R. (2019). Business law. New York, NY: Pearson.
Define and distinguish an employer lockout, picketing and secondary picketing.
employer by picketing the employer’s suppliers or customers” (Cheeseman H.R., 2019). Again, this is legal is there is no violence and it does not obstruct other employees, customers, and deliveries from entering and exiting the place of business. However, because secondary picketing involves picketing suppliers and customers, the union must be sure that their picketing is directed at their employer and not the supplier or customer. It becomes illegal if directed at a neutral party. Reference: Cheeseman, H. R. (2019). Business law. New York, NY: Pearson. Are race and color distinctions mutually exclusive under the Civil Rights Act of 1964? Can two persons be of the same race, but of different colors under the act? What are the five racial groups defined by the act?

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