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31.Abraham was an unskilled worker who toiled 10 hours a day on an assembly line during the early and mid-1930s. His hours were long, his wages were low, and his working conditions were unsafe and unpleasant. Abraham would probably have been more sympathetic to the views of John L. Lewis than to those of Samuel Gompers.
32.The Zendor Corporation operates a manufacturing plant in Bel Ridge. The work is arranged in an assembly line and is performed by semiskilled and unskilled workers. These workers are looking into obtaining union representation. The type of union they would belong to would be classified as an industrial union.
33.The Norris-LaGuardia Act made it more difficult for unions to legally recruit new members.
34.A yellow-dog contract required workers to agree not to join a union as a condition of their employment.
35.The Norris-LaGuardia Act prohibits firms from requiring workers to agree not to join a union as a condition of their employment.
36.Samuel Gompers believed that collective bargaining was likely to be an ineffective way for unions to achieve their objectives.
37.The National Labor Relations Act gave labor the legal justification to pursue collective bargaining and other key labor issues.
38.The process by which a union is recognized by the NLRB as the authorized bargaining agent for a group of workers is called collective bargaining.
39.Once a union is certified to represent a group of workers, decertification is not a consideration or future possibility.
40.Collective bargaining is the process whereby union and management representatives negotiate a labor-management agreement, or contract, for workers.