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100.Which of the following tactics would management be most likely to use during a labor-management dispute? A. picketing B. secondary boycotts C.lockouts D. primary boycotts 101.The ability of unions to achieve key goals in the future will depend on their ability to: 102.One strategy unions must adapt in order to grow in the future is to: 103.Which of the following statements best summarizes the extent to which unions currently rely on strikes as a tactic when collective bargaining breaks down?
Chapter 12 - Dealing with Union and Employee–Management Issues 12-21 104.At Play-it-Safe Pharmaceuticals Company, a maker of sun screen products, the union reps strongly discouraged the firm’s union employees from buying the company’s products during the forthcoming summer season. Recently, they also took out an ad with an important message for consumers: “Don’t give Play-it-Safe your money. They don’t share it with their employees!” These actions describe: A. secondary boycott. B.primary boycott. C. direct strikebreaker initiative. D. strikebreaker tactic. 105.When workers go on strike, management is often compelled to keep the business operation running. If it is unable to achieve this on its own, management may: