Union Formation & Bargaining in Canada, Latin America & Cuba


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About one-third of all workers in _____ are members of a union.

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1. Why did unionization grow in the United States and Canada during the 1960s?

2. The Rand formula is a type of _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You can use this quiz and worksheet assessment tool to quickly determine how much you know about unionization outside of the U.S. This quiz will test you on relevant terms and your ability to identify a region based on a description of union facts and practices.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz topics contained in this assessment include the following:

  • Which country has one-third of its workers in a union
  • What two countries experienced growth in unionization once it was legal in the public sector
  • What the Rand Formula is
  • Which Latin American country has a different union history when compared to other Latin American countries
  • What region has experienced work stoppages and violence connected to unionization

Skills Practiced

  • Defining a key concept - ensure that you can accurately define the Rand Formula
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding which country has one-third of its workers in a union
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about unions in Latin America

Additional Learning

The lesson titled Union Formation & Bargaining in Canada, Latin America & Cuba contains many other details about this subject. You will learn about:

  • Why unions formed in the U.S.
  • Legislation regarding unions in the U.S.
  • How unions in the U.S. differ from those in Canada and Latin America
  • Which countries are included in Latin America
  • What type of economy Cuba has