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Under a(n) _____, the employer, on behalf of the union, automatically deducts union dues f

Under a(n) _____, the employer, on behalf of the union, automatically deducts union dues from employees' paychecks. 
 
 

A.union shop

 

B.agency shop

 

C.fair share provision

 

D.checkoff provision

 

E.closed shop

 

 

42.Which of the following is the strongest union security arrangement? 
 
 

A.The agency shop

 

B.The checkoff provision

 

C.The fair share provision

 

D.The union shop

 

E.The closed shop

 

 

43.Which of the following is an accurate definition of a union shop? 
 
 

A.A union security provision that requires a person to join the union within a certain amount of time after being hired

 

B.A union security provision that requires payment of dues but not a membership

 

C.A union security provision that requires a person to be a union member before being hired

 

D.A union contract provision that requires an employer to deduct union dues from employees' paychecks

 

E.A union contract provision that prohibits a person from joining the union within 30 days of employment

 

 

44.Which of the following is an accurate definition of agency shop? 
 
 

A.A union security provision that requires a person to be a union member before being hired

 

B.A union contract provision that requires a person to join the union after a certain amount of time of employment

 

C.A union contract provision that requires an employer to deduct union dues from employees' paychecks

 

D.A union security provision that does not require a membership but requires that dues be paid

 

E.A union contract provision that prohibits an employer from deducting union dues from employees' paychecks

 

 

45.The _____ rules do not require union participation by the employee, but do require that employees who choose to join must remain members for a certain period of time. 
 
 

A.checkoff provision

 

B.maintenance of membership

 

C.closed shop

 

D.union shop

 

E.right-to-work

 

 

46.Under the _____, states may pass so-called right-to-work laws. 
 
 

A.Landrum-Griffin Act

 

B.Walsh-Healey Act

 

C.Smith-Connally Act

 

D.Taft-Hartley Act

 

E.Norris-La Guardia Act

 

 

47.Under which of the following acts is a union shop illegal? 
 
 

A.Landrum-Griffin Act

 

B.Walsh-Healey Act

 

C.Smith-Connally Act

 

D.Taft-Hartley Act

 

E.Norris-La Guardia Act

 

 

48.From the union perspective, free riders refer to: 
 
 

A.employees who pay their dues but are not members of a union.

 

B.employees who benefit from union activities without belonging to a union.

 

C.third parties who act as facilitators in the negotiation processes.

 

D.management's representatives in the contract grievance processes.

 

E.neutral agents who assist in conflict resolution.

 

 

49.Which of the following is true of unionization? 
 
 

A.Unions have traditionally been stronger in rural workplaces that employ women and youth.

 

B.Employers actively resist unionization in an attempt to control costs and maintain their flexibility.

 

C.In the last couple of decades, union membership has consistently increased as a percentage of employment.

 

D.Union membership is higher in the private sector than in the public sector.

 

E.Competitive threats have contributed to decreased employer resistance to union organizing.

 

 

50.Section 8(a)(3) of the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) prohibits employers from: 
 
 

A.retaliating against employees who are not part of unions.

 

B.refusing to bargain in good faith with union representatives.

 

C.firing employees for union organizing.

 

D.interfering with union activities.

 

E.declining proposals made by union representatives.

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