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Once a union gains the right to hold an election management and the union are restricted in the actions they can take However management

Once a union gains the right to hold an election, management and the union are restricted in the actions they can take. However, management is permitted to:

A) warn employees of dire consequences if the union wins.

B) offer employees incentives for not voting for the union.

C) secretly watch organizing meetings.

D) send employees personal letters.

 

52) Which term refers to all of the employees who are represented by a union that engages in collective bargaining with an employer?

A) work team

B) open shop

C) bargaining unit

D) certified representative

53) At a certification election at General Car Automotive, a majority of employees vote for unionization. Alicia, a radio installer, did not vote for the union. Which of the following is true about this situation?

A) Alicia will be represented by the union during collective bargaining with G.C.A.

B) Alicia will be a unionized laborer because she works at a unionized firm.

C) Alicia cannot reap any benefits that the union may acquire for workers.

D) Alicia cannot join the union for another 12 months.

 

54) Which of the following would most likely be considered a breech of good faith in labor contract negotiations?

A) The union uses distributive bargaining.

B) The parties do not negotiate permissive bargaining topics.

C) The negotiations take place at the employees' place of business.

D) One party does not give the other party a 60-day notice of termination of the labor agreement before it expires.

 

55) The ability to get the other party to agree to the bargaining party's terms is:

A) good faith bargaining.

B) distributive bargaining.

C) integrative bargaining.

D) bargaining power.

 

56) In a collective bargaining session, Perry, the union representative, is trying to convince Tom, management's representative, that if management does not accept the current wage terms, the union will go out on strike. Perry is using a(n) ________ strategy.

A) good faith bargaining

B) distributive bargaining

C) integrative bargaining

D) bargaining power

57) In ________, one party focuses on convincing its counterpart that the cost of disagreeing with its terms is very high. It is often used when laborers are willing and able to sustain a long strike that will hurt the company.

A) good faith bargaining

B) distributive bargaining

C) integrative bargaining

D) decertification bargaining

 

58) In a bargaining session, management's representative explains that if the union accepts job reductions, the company can pay higher wages and modernize the plant. This will enhance the company's competitiveness and helps ensure its ultimate survival. Management's strategy is an example of:

A) distributive bargaining.

B) integrative bargaining.

C) union substitution.

D) bargaining power.

 

59) In ________, one party attempts to convince its counterpart that the benefits of agreeing with its terms are very high. It is similar to a large-scale problem-solving session.

A) union suppression

B) integrative bargaining

C) distributive bargaining

D) a union acceptance strategy

 

60) Which of the following is NOT a mandatory bargaining topic?

A) benefits for retired union members

B) grievance procedures

C) job descriptions

D) parental leave

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