Acknowledge a union through a card check, Business Economics

1) True or False: Elections under the NLRA were intended to replace the need for striking in order to have a union recognized.

2) True or False: Companies can voluntarily acknowledge a union through a card check recognition process if it appears to have 30% support.

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