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A bargaining unit refers to which of the following?
The scope of collective bargaining is a term which describes:
Which of the following statements is an accurate definition of “individual performance-related pay?
Which of the following is considered an unlawful, unprotected activity?
A Wildcat Strike is defined as
Double Breasting is defined as
All of the following are things that you should do to handle a grievance except:
Organizations have a variety of feedback communication mechanisms they can use. Which of the following lists mechanisms is correct?
Which of the following is one of the many advantages of Job Posting?
Arbitrators who work strictly on a case by case basis are called
A process in which a third party helps labor and management reach an agreement is called
The _______________made it illegal to discriminate against Union Members.
The _______________outlawed Yellow Dog Contracts.
Which of the following is not considered a strategy to maintain a Non-Union Status:
Which term is defined as one who is fully absorbed by and enthusiastic about their work and takes positive action to further the organization’s reputation and interests?
Which state of Employee Engagement deals with succession planning at work?
Which of the following Satisfaction Theories is determined by a discrepancy between what one wants in a job and what one has in a job?
Which of the following statements is not true?
Which of the following can be considered an Organization Competitive Advantage?
_____________ is the mix of your organization’s leadership, values, traditions, & beliefs that contribute to the environment of your workplace.
_____________ are processes, policies, and paintings on the wall are visible items that create the organization’s environment.
_____________ refers to the widely used metric which takes the form as a single survey question asking respondents to rate the likelihood that they would recommend their company to a friend.
Exit Interviews, 360° Feedback, and One-on-One’s are all considered:
Which of the following budgets is a method in which all expenses must be justified for each new period to upper management.
Which of the following ideas are what not to do to increase Employee Engagement?
Which of the following ideas are what to do to increase Employee Engagement?
The ________________Leader will have a long term improvement in staff turnover and high productivity, low costs, and high earnings, which is the ideal system.
Which of the following is not a factor effecting Employee Engagement?
The characteristics of a(n)_______________employee are disruptive, very miserable, wastes time, and undermines co-workers.
The following are wrongful termination terms EXCEPT:
Which of the following is not considered a ULP committed by a union?
Salting is _____________.
If a union member wants to terminate their membership and is under a maintenance of membership clause, when should they notify the union?
What types of organizations does the Drug-Free Workplace Act apply to?
In a situation where management is refusing voluntary recognition of a Union, who then files an election petition?
What are the basic needs described by Maslow in the Hierarchy of Needs?
What was the Wagner Act of 1935 part of?
How would you handle a disengaged employee?
Which of the following statements are true?
If theft occurs, what organizational asset is affected?
Employees that are engaged bring more:
Sometimes management shuts down operations to keep the union from working. What is this typically called?
An employee refuses to join the union that is active in his workplace but is required to pay financial support regardless. This is an example of what?
Which of the following is not a collective bargaining strategy?
Established in 1975, ______________ is a guarantee an employee the right to union representation during an investigatory interview.
A Zipper Clause in a collective bargaining agreement typically provides that the parties agree that:
Which of the following are considered Cultural Artifacts?
Which concept under union security clauses requires that all employees join the union within a grace period specified in the contract of no more than thirty days?
In Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory, which of the following is considered a motivational factor?
Multi-Unit bargaining occurs when?