91.In a primary boycott, a union encourages its members and : 1407050
91.In a primary boycott, a union encourages its members and the general public not to buy the goods and services produced by a firm involved in a labor dispute.
92.In 1996, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that primary boycotts are illegal.
93.Tactics used by management when collective bargaining breaks down include injunctions and lockouts.
94.The most potent weapon currently available to management when collective bargaining breaks down is the use of yellow-dog contracts.
95.The Supreme Court ruled in 1938 that employers had the right to hire strikebreakers.
96.A common tactic of management in labor disputes is the use of secondary boycotts.
97.The use of strikebreakers did not become a common management tactic used in labor disputes until the 1980s.
98.Workers who are hired to do the jobs of striking workers until the strike is over are called "scabs" by the union.
99.A court order directing someone to do something or to refrain from doing something is called a judicial citation.
100.Hiring strikebreakers to replace striking workers was historically a common management tactic during labor disputes, but it is seldom used today.