1. A labor arbitrator's award may be overturned by a court if.
A. It does not draw its essence from the collective bargaining agreement.
B. It contains factual and legal errors.
C. It reinstates a recidivist drug abusing employee.
D. The arbitrator credits the testimony of a known perjurer.
2. It discriminates in its bargaining position between certain identified groups of employees it represents.
A. It discriminates in its bargaining position between certain identified groups of employees it represents.
B. It refuses to arbitrate a grievance brought by a represented employee because it has concluded it cannot win.
C. It refuses to investigate a grievance because the grievant has not yet begun paying dues to the union.
D. It settles a discharge grievance for reinstatement but only partial back pay.
3. If worker refuses to attend the meeting. He is
A. protected by Section 8(a) (1)
B. protected by Section 8(a)(3)
C. not protected by the NLRA
D. permitted to express disagreement with employer's view under Section 8(c)
4. The National Labor Relations Act was originally passed by Congress.
A. To help create jobs following the return of soldiers after World War II.
B. In reaction to the loss of jobs as a result of the Great Depression of 1929.
C. To assist unions in their ability to organize workers.
D. To punish large corporations for their support of the Republicans
5. Which is unlawful for the employer to do, if the night shift employees have all signed a petition saying they are not satisfied with union leadership to management?
A. Refer the employees to the NLRB for advice.
B. Refer the employees to the bar association of its state for advice.
C. Take a poll of the employees by a show of hands as to which employees wish to have the union represents them.
D. Refer the employees to their union.
Answers: 1 (A), 2 (C), 3 (C), 4 (C), 5 (C)
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