Flashcards in Chapter 32 Deck (16):
The 1955 combination of the AFL and the CIO.
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
A federal administrative agency that oversees union elections, prevents employers and unions from engaging in illegal and unfair labor practices, and enforces and interprets certain federal labor laws.
Section 7 of the NLRA
A law that gives employees the right to join together to form a union.
A rule that permits employees and union officials to engage in union solicitation on company property if the employees are beyond reach of reasonable union efforts to communicate with them.
Section 8(a) of the NLRA
A law that makes it an unfair labor practice for an employer to interfere with, coerce, or restrain employees from exercising their statutory right to form and join unions.
The act of negotiating contract terms between an employer and the members of a union.
Collective Bargaining Agreement
The contract that results from a collective bargaining procedure.
A workplace where an employee must join the union within a certain number of days after being hired.
A workplace where an employee does not have to join the union but must pay a fee equal to the union dues.
A cessation of work by union members in order to obtain economic benefits or correct an unfair labor practice.
A mandatory 60 days' notice before a strike can commence.
An act of an employer to prevent employees from entering the work premises when the employer reasonably anticipates a strike.
The action of strikers walking in front of an employer's premises, carrying signs announcing their strike.
Secondary Boycott Picketing
A type of picketing in which a union tries to bring pressure against an employer by picketing the employer's suppliers or customers.
Title I of the Landrum-Griffin Act
Labor's "bill of rights," which gives each union member equal rights and privileges to nominate candidates for union office, vote in elections, and participate in membership meetings.