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Chapter 22 Examination

 

True/False

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.

 

____    1.            The central legal right of a union is to engage in collective bargaining on its members’ behalf.

 

____    2.            A union can lawfully insist that an employer deny promotions to workers who fail to join the union.

 

Multiple Choice

Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

 

____    3.            During a dispute with Hi-Class Productions, the International Stagehands Union asks the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) for a ruling. The NLRB rules against Hi-Class. The employer may appeal the decision to

a.

the appropriate state court.

b.

the appropriate U.S. court of appeals.

c.

the president of the United States, who has eighty days to make a decision.

d.

the U.S. Department of Labor.

 

 

____    4.            Adam, who works as an employee for Beta Assembly Corporation, is protected under the National Labor Relations Act, which is enforced by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). The NLRB has authority to

a.

investigate unfair labor practices.

b.

manage state unemployment funds.

c.

organize workers into unions.

d.

oversee administration of workers’ compensation laws.

 

 

____    5.            During a union election campaign at Gamma Transportation Company, the union can campaign on Gamma’s property in

a.

any areas at any time.

b.

nonwork and work areas during nonwork time.

c.

nonwork areas at any time.

d.

nonwork areas during nonwork time.

 

 

____    6.            The Union of Hotel Employees is engaged in collective bargaining with International Lodging, Inc. The employer would show bad faith by

a.

compromising on particular issues.

b.

constantly shifting positions on disputed contract terms.

c.

not discussing union positions with employees.

d.

sending only bargainers who have authority to commit to a contract.

 

 

____    7.            Pete, a clerk at a Quik Burger, Inc., restaurant goes on strike with the other employees. After the strike, Pete must be given his job back if the strike is not deemed unlawful, there is still work at the restaurant, and the strike was

a.

only an economic strike.

b.

only an unfair labor practice strike.

c.

an economic strike or an unfair labor practice strike.

d.

none of the above.

 

 

____    8.            United Assembly Corporation (UAC) employs five hundred workers in two states. UAC cannot discriminate in the hiring of employees for reason of

a.

lack of necessary education.

b.

lack of necessary skills.

c.

union affiliation.

d.

none of the above.

 

 

____    9.            Mary is an employee of Northwest Enterprises, Inc (NEI). When Owen, the president of NEI, learns that Mary is active in union activities, he discharges her. Mary may bring an action against NEI under

a.

the Fair Labor Standards Act.

b.

the Labor-Management Relations Act.

c.

the National Labor Relations Act.

d.

none of the above.

 

 

____    10.            To improve employee satisfaction, National Manufacturing, Inc., forms an Employee-Management Committee to make proposals regarding wages and other terms of employment. This committee is

a.

illegal under the National Labor Relations Act.

b.

legal under the National Labor Relations Act.

c.

not subject to the National Labor Relations Act.

d.

protected under the Labor-Management Relations Act

 


Chapter 22 Examination

Answer Section

 

TRUE/FALSE

 

           1.           ANS:           T           REF:           520           OBJ:           TYPE: =

 

           2.           ANS:           F           REF:           527           OBJ:           TYPE: =

 

MULTIPLE CHOICE

 

           3.           ANS:           B           REF:           514           OBJ:           TYPE: +

 

           4.           ANS:           A           REF:           514           OBJ:           TYPE: +

 

           5.           ANS:           D           REF:           518           OBJ:           TYPE: +

 

           6.           ANS:           B           REF:           521           OBJ:           TYPE: =

 

           7.           ANS:           C           REF:           524           OBJ:           TYPE: =

 

           8.           ANS:           C           REF:           526           OBJ:           TYPE: +

 

           9.           ANS:           C           REF:           526           OBJ:           TYPE: =

 

            10.            ANS:            A            REF:            529