Bargaining Impasses: Strikes, Lockouts & Other Consequences


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Identify which of the following is an example of a strike:

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1. Trying to reduce or stop customers from purchasing the company's products or services is an example of what tactic?

2. After a labor representative informs her that the union is striking, Jane, the CEO, calls a temp agency to hire replacement workers rather than starting up negotiations with the union again. Why is this an effective tactic against strikes?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

See how much you know about bargaining tactics and union strategies by answering the multiple-choice questions on this quiz/worksheet combo. Most of the quiz questions provide you with a definition or scenario, and you'll need to identify the name of the tactic being described or used.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll need to correctly answer questions on the following to pass this quiz:

  • The strategy that involves having union members stop working
  • The tactic of trying to convince customers not to purchase from the company
  • The tactic of hiring temps rather than negotiating with the union
  • The strategy of shutting down operations
  • What happens during a secondary boycott

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main terms, such as union and secondary boycott
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on bargaining impasses
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding bargaining strategies and tactics and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Further your studies of negotiation by reviewing the corresponding lesson, which is called Bargaining Impasses: Strikes, Lockouts & Other Consequences. You'll go over topics such as the following:

  • Collective bargaining
  • Union tactics and their effects
  • The laws regulating these tactics
  • Employer tactics