When it comes to mandatory bargaining issues, the employer an only make unilateral changes once it has fulfilled its duty to bargain with the union in good faith. (Points : 1) Question 5. 5. Employers are legally allowed to survey their employees about their opinions on collective bargaining issues during the negotiation period.
Question 6. 6. If an employer denies a request for voluntary recognition, what is the next employee step in the union organizing process? (Points : 1) Filing a grievance with the NULL Cool electing additional authorization card signatures Organizing a card- check election Filing an election petition with the NULLQuestion 7. 7.
A union is attempting to organize clerical and factory workers at a local manufacturing plant in Oshkosh. The NULL makes a determination to include the clerical and factory workers in the same bargaining unit because they have indicated that their demands are very similar. The NULL is applying a principle of: (Points : 1) Comma unity of interests Geographical proximity Interdependence of jobs Exchange of labor Question 8. 8. Bluffing is a bargaining tactic that is most likely used in: (Points : 1) An unfair labor practice Distributive bargaining Attitudinal structuringInternationalization bargaining Question 9.
9. Once a contract has been settled, in most cases it must be approved by before it can go into effect: (Points : 1) The National Labor Relations Board The company Board of Directors The rank and file union members All of the above Question 10. 10.
Multilateral bargaining occurs when: (Points : 1) Parties must negotiate with members of their own constituency Union and management negotiate Negotiations occur between multiple parties such as union, management, government officials, and workers Bargaining occurs at different stages of the negotiation process