61.Under a union shop agreement, workers must belong to a : 1407047
61.Under a union shop agreement, workers must belong to a union before they can be hired.
62.The Taft-Hartley Act made the union shop agreement illegal in all states.
63.A union shopagreement is illegal in states that have passed right-to-work laws.
64.In an agency shop agreement, workers who do not belong to the union must pay a union fee or pay regular union dues.
65.Under an agency shopagreement, only union members are represented at the bargaining table.
66.Under an open shopagreement, workers have the option to join or not join a union, if one is present in the workplace.
67.A grievance is a charge by managers that the union is not abiding by the terms of the negotiated labor-management agreement.
68.The sources of many grievances include overtime rules, promotions, layoffs, and job assignments.
69.The vast majority of grievances filed by union members are negotiated and resolved by shop stewards and supervisory managers.
70.A bargaining zone is the time period during which a third party is used to reach agreement on union disputes.