Freeman uses Union Labor
1. If a union operates in a right-to-work state it will not be allowed to create a ____ workplace, but may have a _____ workplace.
A. closed shop; union shop
B. union shop; open shop
C. closed shop; open shop
D. agency shop; union shop
E. open shop; union shop
2. If Freeman violates the terms of its labor-management agreement, what can an individual union employee do?
A. go on strike
B. sue the National Labor Relations Board
C. refuse to pay union dues
D. negotiate a giveback
E. file a grievance
3. Which of the following is currently true about unions?
A. Unions are more powerful now than they were in the 1950s.
B. Unions primarily consist of private-sector workers.
C. Unions primarily consist of public-sector workers.
D. Approximately 30% of full-time U.S. workers are in unions.
E. Approximately 20% of full-time U.S. workers are in unions.
4. Assume the union Freeman works with pays newer employees less than ones who have been with the organization for a longer time. What can be the basis for this?
A. wage reopener clause
C. cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) clause
E. two-tier contract