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Bus 405 Wk 2 Quiz 1 Chapter 1 - All Possible Questions

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BUS 405 WK 2 Quiz 1 Chapter 1 - All Possible Questions

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1. “Employees’ often represent the least significant participant category in the labor relations process since their actions are controlled by union leaders and/or management officials.

1. Arbitrators, unlike mediators do not have authority to make final and binding decision concerning labor disputes.

1. One general category of work rules pertains to employees’ and employers’ job rights.

1. Mediators have binding legal authority to require the parties to settle an interest dispute, but they often first restrict themselves to offering advice to help each party to clarify their own priorities and assessment of costs or risks associated with failing to reach a voluntary agreement.

1. Arbitrators differ from mediators because arbitrators are almost always appointed by the government to resolve strikes in the private sector.

1. Public opinion reflects influential individuals and/or organizations as well as cultural values and traditions.

1. Work rules, while complex in nature, have a common dimension since the all pertain to compensation for work performed.

1. Public opinion of institutions in general is low in the United States.

1. Although union leaders are usually elected by the members, members and leaders do not completely agree on bargaining priorities.

1. Public opinion, while a potentially powerful influence, pertains only to the first phase of the labor relations process, particularly union organizing drives.

1. Negotiation of the labor agreement occurs during the third phase of the labor relations process.

1. Union membership in the United States has shown a steady decline as a proportion of the total labor force (i.e., comprising all employed persons 16 years of age...


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