Employment law of business ch15 – 7th edition- – labor law

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Employment law of Business Ch15 – 7th Edition- – Labor Law
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The  answer for each question is indicated by a  .

 

1    
Negotiations and agreements between management and labor about wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment are part of the process of:
    A)
collective bargaining.
    B)
benchmarking.
    C)
delayering.
    D)
exempting.
    

 
2    
The management and the employees of a steel manufacturing company have been involved in collective bargaining proceedings over wage increments for the past one month, but they have not been able to come up with any satisfactory solutions. The employees have declared that they will embark on a strike if a decision is not reached within the next one week. The management has approached the court which has ordered the employees to refrain from the strike until a decision is not reached. The court order is an example of:
    A)
barratry.
    B)
an injunction.
    C)
a subpoena.
    D)
a summons.
    

 
3    
When Yasser joined the company he currently works for, his employer made him sign an agreement that said that he could not join a union during his time of employment there. Yasser’s employers can be prosecuted because they made him sign a(n):
    A)
aleatory contract.
    B)
collateral contract.
    C)
yellow dog contract.
    D)
voidable contract.
    

 
4    
A group of employees of the Acme Company have a complaint against the management. The Widget Company is the major supplier to the Acme Company. The rebelling employees inform the Widget Company that they will persuade the public to stop doing business with the company unless it stops doing business with Acme Company. Such a ban of the Widget Company would be a(n):
    A)
injunction.
    B)
abeyance.
    C)
barratry.
    D)
secondary boycott.
    

 
5    
The shop steward:
    A)
is a union member chosen as intermediary between union members and the employer.
    B)
is someone who has discretionary authority over the investment or management of plan assets on behalf of others.
    C)
is someone who presides, judges, and arbitrates during a formal dispute.
    D)
is a union member who, given a certain argument, takes a position he or she does not necessarily agree with.
    

 
6    
Alex is the representative of the carpenters’ union that he is a member of. Alex is said to be the:
    A)
devil’s advocate.
    B)
business agent.
    C)
fiduciary.
    D)
adjudicator.
    

 
7    
Under a(n) _____ provision, employer hires only union members.
    A)
checkoff provision
    B)
maintenance of membership
    C)
closed shop
    D)
union shop
    

 
8    
Under the _____ clause, parties agree that persons running an organization have the right to make appropriate business decisions as long as applicable laws and agreements are complied with.
    A)
general duty
    B)
closed shop
    C)
union shop
    D)
management security
    

 
9    
On December 5, 2011 the nurses of a local hospital in Jacksonville participated in a protest in front of the hospital. They carried placards that highlighted their poor work environment and chanted anti-management slogans. This is an example of:
    A)
picketing.
    B)
a slowdown.
    C)
an injunction.
    D)
a secondary boycott.
    

 
10    
Which of the following clauses requires nonunion members to pay union dues without having to be subject to the union rules?
    A)
Maintenance of membership clause
    B)
Agency shop clause
    C)
Union shop clause
    D)
Closed shop clause