Test 2 HRMD 62
Section APlease indicate your answer by entering “T” or “F”
3. An employee committee with delegated managerial authority can take on the union’s role to “deal with” management.
4. According to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), child care is not a mandatory subject for collective bargaining.
5. In all unionized organizations, promotion decisions are solely based on seniority.
6. An employer can allow its employees access to its bulletin board, but prohibit union solicitation material from being displayed on the board.
7. Affirmation Action rights have generally been upheld over seniority rights in cases of layoffs when the two are in conflict.
8. An individual is precluded from suing under the civil rights laws if his claim has gone through arbitration under the collective bargaining agreement.
9. When an arbitrator is evaluating an employee misconduct case, the relative value of the damage is the primary factor in considering the appropriate discipline; the person’s deliberate and malicious intent has relatively little significance.