“Legal and Economic Bargaining Environment”
“Legal and Economic Bargaining Environment”2 pages
Answer the following questions:
1. O(True) or X(False)
( ) 1. The cost-of-living adjustment(COLA) is based on the consumer price index(CPI).
( ) 2. The Rucker plan is giving bonuses to team.
( ) 3. The bargaining effect of union is on hourly wage.
( ) 4. Corporatism includes union and employer.
( ) 5. It is a law to pay 50% premium over 40 hours/week for all workers.
( ) 6. The right-to-work laws do not allow the free-riding.
( ) 7. The competitive status seniority does not matter with benefits.
( ) 8. The distributive bargaining is for respect to each other.
( ) 9. The logrolling is a negotiation for different issues.
( ) 10. The second union’s perception in negotiation is on job security.
( ) 11. The maneuvering mediation is for bridging the impasse issues.
( ) 12. Union may do economic strikes any time.
( ) 13. Common situs picketing is well used in construction industry.
( ) 14. Coordinated campaign is to find company’s violations.
( ) 15. Contracting-out is one of employer’s options to strikes.
( ) 16. Boycotts are not commonly utilized for impasse resolution.
( ) 17. Integrative bargaining is against interest-based bargaining.
( ) 18. Employee involvement in decision-making is for collective bargaining governance.
( ) 19. Union-management cooperation results in lower turnover.
( ) 20. The third subject of grievance mediation is discipline.
( ) 21. The corrective discipline arbitration is for insubordination.
( ) 22. The fragmented bargaining is a common public-sector bargaining process.
( ) 23. Industrial bargaining is common in many countries.
( ) 24. All employees of company with union have a fair representative rights.
( ) 25. Institutionalizing union-management cooperation needs a third party’s help.
( ) 26. A reflective mediation is for suggesting ideas.
( ) 27. Ambulatory sites picketing is common on the streets.
(1) pay structure
(2) gainsharing plans
(3) work design types
(4) union security
(5) negotiation types
(6) mediation tactics
(7) strikes’ types
(8) strikes’ activities
(9) workplace interventions
(10) grievance procedures
(11) discipline arbitration
(12) public-sector bargaining process