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COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT
UNITY
UNITED STEELWORKERS
UNION
STRENGTH
STEWARD
SOLIDARITY
NEGOTIATION
MEMBERS
LOCAL
GRIEVANCE
EMPLOYER
COMMUNITY
COMMITTEE
BARGAINING
ARBITRATION
AGREEMENT

Chapter 9 Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A union security arrangement under which a person must be a union member before being hired. Closed Shop
A collective decision by union members not to work or to slow down until certain demands or conditions are met. Strike
Organizations formed for the purpose of representing their members interests in dealing with employers. Unions
In Canada today, most workers act as individuals to select jobs that are acceptable to them and to negotiate ______, benefits, flexible hours, and other work conditions Pay
This type of bargaining looks for win-win solutions. Integrative
An employee elected by union members to represent them in ensuring that the terms of the collective agreement are enforced. Union Steward
Conflict resolution procedure in which a mediator hears the views of both sides and facilitates the negotiation process but has no formal authority to dictate a resolution. Mediation
Conflict resolution procedure in which an arbitrator or arbitration board determines a binding settlement. Arbitration
A closure of a place of employment or refusal of the employer to provide work as a way to compel employees to agree to certain demands or conditions. Lockout
A union security agreement that requires employees to join the union within a certain amount of time after beginning employment. Union Shop
The amount of steps in the union organizing process. Four
In ________, a union negotiates on behalf of its members with management representatives to arrive at an agreement. Collective Bargaining
The amount of steps in the Employee initiated grievance procedure. Four
It makes union dues mandatory. Randformula
The member of a _______ all have a particular skill or occupation. Craft Union
The province has the highest rate of unionization. Quebec
The gender that unionizes more. Women
The job that has the highest unionization. Education
The process for resolving union-management conflicts over interpretation or violation of a collective agreement Grievance Procedure
The typical number of provisions in a collective agreement. Six

Chapter 9 Vocabulary Economics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A nonmilitary person who is employed or unemployed Labor force
The theory that education increases productivity is? Learning effect
The theory that the completion of college indicates to employers that a job applicant is intelligent Screening effect
A temporary or part time job Contingent employment
A demand that is determined by demand for another good or service Derived demand
A value of output Productivity
Who made this ? Damonya Cornelius
Labor that requires minimal specialized skills Semi-skilled labor
Labor that requires specialized skills Skilled labor
Labor that requires advanced skills Professional labor
The wage rate that produces neither an excess supply of workers Equilibrium wage
An unofficial, invisible Barrier Glass ceiling
An organization of workers that tries to improve working conditions Labor union
The practice of negotiating labor contracts Featherbedding
A organized work stoppage Strike
A measure that bans mandatory union Right-to-work law
Someone who works in an industrial job Blue-collar worker
Someone in a professional or clerical job White-collar worker
The process in which union and company reps meet to negotiate a labor contract Collective bargaining
A settlement technique which a neutral mediator meets with each side to try to find a solution Mediation
A settlement technique which a third party reviews the case and imposes a decision Arbitration

Ch. 21: Labor Law and Immigration Law Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The act of negotiating contract terms between an employer and the members of a union. Collective Bargaining
A contract entered into by an employer and a union during a collective bargaining procedure. Collective Bargaining Agreement
Wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of employment (IE Fringe benefits, health benefits, retirement plans, work assignments, safety rules, and the like). Compulsory Subjects
Was formed in 1886, under the leadership of Samuel Gompers. Only skilled craft workers such as silversmiths and artisans were allowed to belong. American Federation of Labor
An administrative body composed of five members appointed by the president and approved by the Senate. National Labor Relations Board
A group of employees that a union is seeking to represent. appropriate bargaining unit
An election for a union that an employer’s management contests. The NLRB must supervise this type of election. contested election
If management still wants an election to be held may be held without NLRB supervision consent election
If employees no longer want to be represented by a union and must be supervised by the NLRB. decertification election
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. inaccessibility exception
A law that makes it an unfair labor practice for a labor union to interfere with, coerce, or threaten employees in exercising their statutory right to form and join unions. Section 8(b) 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. Section 8(a) of the NLRA
The act of negotiating contract terms between an employer and the members of a union. collective bargaining
A contract entered into by an employer and a union during a collective bargaining procedure. collective bargaining agreement
A workplace in which an employee must join the union within a certain number of days after being hired. union shop
A workplace in which an employee does not have to join the union but must pay an agency fee to the union. Agency shop
A law enacted by a state that stipulates that individual employees cannot be forced to join a union or pay union dues and fees even though a labor union has been elected to represent fellow employees. right-to-work law
A cessation of work by union members in order to obtain economic benefits or correct an unfair labor practice. strike
A mandatory 60 days’ notice before a strike can commence. cooling-off period
A clause in a collective bargaining agreement whereby a union agrees it will not strike during an agreed-upon period of time. no-strike clause

A New Industrial Age Crossword

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Description

An alliance of skilled workers in craft unions; concentrated on brea-and-butter issues such as higher wages, shorter hours, and better working conditions. American Federation of Labor
The use of an arbitrator to settle a dispute. Arbitration
Negotiation of wages and other conditions of employment by an organized body of employees. Collective Bargaining
A labor union of people of the same skilled craft. Craft Union
A series of laws passed in western states of the United States after the American Civil War to regulate grain elevator and railroad freight rates and rebates and to address long- and short-haul discrimination and other railroad abuses against farmers. Granger Laws
The process of a company increasing production of goods or services at the same part of the supply chain. Horizontal Integration
a labor union composed of workers in various trades and crafts within one industry. Industrial Union
The labor union of the late 1800s composed mostly of highly skilled craft unions unwilling to sacrifice for unskilled workers easily replaced by scabs during a strike National Labor Union
A theory that individuals, groups, and peoples are subject to the same Darwinian laws of natural selection as plants and animals. Social Darwinism
A person who works or is employed in place of others who are on strike, thereby making the strike ineffectual. Strikebreakers
On March 25, 1911 was the deadliest industrial disaster in the history of the city, and one of the deadliest in US history. Triangle Factory Fire
The combination in one company of two or more stages of production normally operated by separate companies. Vertical Integration
A contract between a worker and an employer in which the worker agrees not to remain in or join a union. Yellow Dog Contract

Labor and Wages Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

union-organized work stoppage designed to gain concessions from an employer Strike
protest in the form of refusal to buy, including attempts to convince others to take their business elsewhere Boycott
worst period of economic decline in U.S. history, lasting from approximately 1929 to 1939 Great Depression
arrangement under which workers must join a union after being hired Union shop
length of time a person has been on a job seniority
process of resolving a dispute by bringing in a neutral third party to help both sides reach a compromise mediation
agreement by two parties to place a dispute before a third party for a binding settlement; also called binding arbitration arbitration
court order issued to prevent a company or union from taking or not taking action during a labor dispute injunction
temporary government takeover of a company to keep it running during a labor-management dispute seizure
wage, fringe benefit, or work rule given up when renegotiating a contract give back
lowest legal wage that can be paid to most workers minimum wage
dollar amounts or prices that are not adjusted for inflation current dollar
prevented or forbade prohibited
year serving as a point of comparison for other years in a price index or other statistical measure base year
labor union whose members perform the same kind of work; same as trade union craft union
demonstrate or march before a place of business to protest a company’s actions or policies picket
wage rate leaving neither a surplus nor a shortage of workers in the market equilibrium wage rate
theory that employers are willing to pay more for people with certificates, diplomas, degrees, and other indicators of superior ability signaling theory
theory that employers are willing to pay more for people with certificates, diplomas, degrees, and other indicators of superior ability signaling theory
provision in a contract outlining the way future disputes and grievance issues will be resolved grievance procedure
seemingly invisible barrier hindering advancement of women and minorities in a white male-dominated organization glass ceiling

Employee & Labor Relations Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Prohibiting forced and compulsory labor, except for military service, prison, and emergencies Forced Labor
The ownership of innovation by an individual or business enterprise Intellectual Property
A common form of post-employment agreement, especially in knowledge industries Non-disclosure agreement
A group of workers who coordinate their activities to achieve common goals Labor Union
Negotiated procedure in which labor and management agree to submit disputes to a 3rd party Arbitration
Violation of employee rights as defined in a country’s labor status Unfair labor practice
To employ 100 or more WARN
Collection and use of consumer credit information. answer FCRA
Negotiation of employment conditions. answer Collective bargaining
Landmark Labor relations case NLRB v. Weingarten
Prejudicial treatment of different categories of people Discrimination
Orderly way to resolve inevitable differences of opinion to union contracts Grievance
Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats SWOT
Work Stoppage Strike
A broad statement that reflects organizations philosophy, objectives or standards concerning management or employee activities Policy
This group captures key issues related to employment rights, standards and concepts identifying 8 core labor standards International Labor Organization

Year 5 and 6 Spellings Word Search

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accommodate
accompany
according
achieve
aggressive
amaeur
ancient
apparent
appreciate
attached
available
average
awkward
bargain
bruise
category
cemetery
committee
communicate
community
competition
conscience
conscious
controversy
convenience
correspond
criticise
curiosity
definite
desperate
determined
develop
dictionary
disasterous

THE ORGANIZED LABOR MOVEMENT Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The housing in these communities, known as company towns
Adults supervise child workers in a textile factory circa 1890 Child Laborers
water-powered mills boost production but worsen conditions for workers factory system
biotechnology offers benefits but may also have harmful effects genetic engineering
manufactured materials like plastics have many uses but also increase pollution polymers
im 1869, Urish Smith Stephens founded a labor union called the knights of labor
in 1881, took on the leadership on the knights. terence v powderly
economic and political philosophy that favors public, at large, not just private, control of property and income. socialism
factory workers tried to gain more power against employers by using the the technique of collective bargaining
early unions promoted loyalty showing loyalty
left and unfortunate legacy Haymarket riot
he created the american federation of labor (AFL) samuel gompers
was part of an epidemic of steelworkers and miners strikes that look place as economic depression spread across america. homestead
he had begun work in a low-level railroad job while still a teenager, working his way up eugene v debs
general course of events trend
escalated, halting both railroad traffic and mail delivery pullman strike

UNITY Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

RAPPORT
INTEGRAL
ONENESS
CONSONANCE
SOLIDARITY
SOLENESS
SYNTHESIS
INDIVIDUALITY
PEACE
UNITY
UNISON
FEDERATION
INTEGRALITY
ENTITY
CONSENT
HARMONY
AGREEMENT
CONCORD
ALLIANCE

Employee Rights Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Reducing the number of employees by not replacing those who leave. Attrition
Formal complaint made by employees relating to their jobs, pay, or work conditions. Grievance
Government agency that oversees and enforces equal opportunities nationwide. EEOC
Items that are subtracted from your paycheck. Deductions
Suspension of a worker from employment. Discharged
Federal department that administers and enforces statutes that promote the welfare of U.S. wage earners, improves their working conditions, and advances their opportunities for profitable employment; establishes and enforces national standards for minimum wage. Department of Labor
Unfair treatment of people based omniscience's class or race rather than who they are; not based on ability of job performance. Discrimination
Money a member of a union pays monthly. Dues
A book given to employees by an employer which includes information about company culture, policies, and procedures. Employment Manual
Formal complaint made by employees relating to their jobs, pay, or work conditions. Grievance
Type of behavior intended to make someone fee uncomfortable, or to intimidate. Harassment
A department, body, or committee by a a state or its local government to investigate on human rights violations and to protect human rights. Human Rights Commission
Separation from employment, usually temporary due to a decreased workload. Laid Off
Federal Agency that overseas and protects the rights of employees, unions, and employers to prevent unfair labor practices. National Labor Relations Board
Itemized pay statement that shows where you work, how much you are paid, and all wage deductions. Pay Stub
An artificial classification of humans based on physical characteristics. Race
Being fired for making a complaint against an employer for sexual harassment. Retaliation
Money paid by an employer to displaced employees, usually upon permanent termination of employment with no chance of reinstatement. Severance Pay
Temporary refusal of work by a group of employees. Strike
Manage; person in charge of supervising one or more employees. Supervisor
Employees who participate as members in an organization that deals and negotiates with employers in matters related to grievances, wages, hours, and work conditions Union
Federal Agency that overseas and protects the rights of employees, unions, and employers to prevent unfair labor practices. National Labor Re;atopms Board
Laws that define the amount of hours children are able to work during the week depending on their age or if they attend school. Child Labor Laws
Government agency that regulates and overseas health and safety practices in the work place. OSHA
A group of people who, because of their physical or cultural characteristics, are singled out from the others in the society which they live for differential and unequal treatment, and who therefore regard themselves as objects of collective discrimination. Racial Minorities