UNIVERSITY / INSTITUTE: Purdue University
CLASS / COURSE: Supervision Management
Title: Test 3
1. Employee association
Employee associations may function in the same way as unions, being just as aggressive in organizing and representing their members.
2. The key difference b
The key difference between final-offer arbitration as opposed to compulsory binding arbitration is that with final-offer arbitration:
A. the decision is not binding
B. strikes are averted in critical jobs where they cannot be tolerated
C. a neutral third party arbitrator resolves deadlocks
D. each side submits their position and the arbitrator selects one or the other
3. Which act requires a
Which act requires an employer to negotiate in good faith with the union's representatives over conditions of employment?
A. Wagner Act
B. Railway Labor Act
C. Taft-Hartley Act
D. Landrum-Griffin Act
4. U. S. courts have f
U. S. courts have found random searches of employee lockers, suitcases, and toolboxes to be illegal.
5. The Wagner Act creat
The Wagner Act created the National Labor Relations Board.
6. Employers have the r
Employers have the right to monitor messages and materials created, received, or sent for business reasons:
A. but the law prohibits monitoring employees' e-mail, the internet, or voice mail
B. and they may also monitor employees' e-mail, the internet, and voice mail
C. but they are unable to review messages as long as the employee deletes them
D. except messages and materials created on the employee's non-work time (lunch, breaks, etc. )
7. Recent statistics sh
Recent statistics show total union membership to be about 33 percent of the civilian labor force.
8. Bargaining based on
Bargaining based on identification and resolution of mutual interests is called traditional bargaining.
9. Under the Family and 2
Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, if an employee is returned to an equivalent job, rather than their original job, it must have:
A. identical pay, benefits, and terms of employment
B. identical pay and promotional opportunity
C. identical pay and benefits
D. identical pay, benefits, terms of employment, and promotional opportunity
10. The individual who l
The individual who listens to employees' complaints and then tries to seek solutions through negotiation and mediation is known as a/an:
A. hearing officer.
B. employee assistance program counselor.
C. step-review coordinator.
11. The Health Insurance
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act grants employees the right to switch their medical insurance between former and present employers.
12. Which of the followi 3
Which of the following principles are critical for the success of empowerment and involvement initiatives in organizations?
A. shared information
B. knowledge development
D. linking rewards with performance
13. Arbitration hearings
Arbitration hearings are formal court proceedings, held in a court of law.
14. Employees are correc
Employees are correct in assuming that their rights to privacy extend to e-mail and voice mail messages.
15. The Workers' Adjustm
The Workers' Adjustment Retraining and Notification Act (WARN) requires many employers to provide 60 days notice of plant closure and mass layoff.
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1. Human Resource