Business unionism, HR Management

1-What do the various parties want from industrial relations?

2-What three elements distinguish skilled unions/guilds from unskilled unions?  These would be the reasons why skilled workers unionized.

3-Why were immigration and the westward movement of the general population so important in the development of industrial relations in the United States?

4-What is business unionism and how does it apply to labor unions?

5-Define the following terms/names and the importance in union development:  unfair labor practices; featherbedding; right to work clause; injunctions; criminal conspiracy; Samuel Gompers; John L. Lewis; Terence Powderly

6-explain union structures.  Be able to distinguish between the primary functions of the three union structures.

7-Why do workers vote for a union?

8-What is the role of the NLRB in union organizing?  What is the role of workers in union organizing?

9-What elements would the NLRB consider when establishing a bargaining unit?

10-What is needed for a union organizing election to be held?  What is needed for a union to be certified?

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