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1. The Local Roofers' Union makes an agreement with management
for guaranteed raises each year of no less than 3% of
their pay for the next two years in exchange for a reduction
in their medical benefits coverage. This is called
A. an interest dispute.
B. collective bargaining.
C. illegal bargaining.
D. intraorganizational bargaining

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    I'd call it collective bargaining.

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    2. Which of the following is most likely to happen if a company
    hires striker replacements?
    A. The new employees will form a new union.
    B. The striking employees will be happy that the company is
    still able to make a profit while they aren't at work, and
    the company will again be prosperous when they return.
    C. Product quality will suffer because the replacement
    employees won't have the proper training.
    D. The union will give in to all of the demands of the
    3. Katarina, a union official for the United Auto Workers, meets with the management
    officials from Markovic Auto Manufacturers to work out an agreement for their new
    labor contract. When she's bargaining for pay increases, she's willing to accept anything
    from a 5% increase in pay with no change in benefits to a 3% increase in pay
    with increased retirement benefits. This is known as the
    A. resistance point.
    B. bargaining range.
    C. proposal strategy.
    D. degree of labor intensiveness.

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    2. Which of the following is most likely to happen if a company
    hires striker replacements?
    A. The new employees will form a new union.
    B. The striking employees will be happy that the company is
    still able to make a profit while they aren't at work, and
    the company will again be prosperous when they return.
    C. Product quality will suffer because the replacement
    employees won't have the proper training.
    D. The union will give in to all of the demands of the

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    I sent a few questions in Labor Relations to see if someone could answer, but have not had a response.

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