Ch 13: Managing the Employer-Worker Relationship: Homework Help

About This Chapter

The Managing the Employer-Worker Relationship chapter of this Intro to Business Homework Help course helps students complete their employer-worker relationship management homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered in your employer-worker relationship management homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your employer-worker relationship management homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Organized labor in the U.S.
  • Union agreements
  • Collective bargaining function
  • Arbitration and mediation
  • Methods for settling labor-management conflicts
  • Contentious employee-management issues

17 Lessons in Chapter 13: Managing the Employer-Worker Relationship: Homework Help
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
A Historical Outline of Organized Labor in the United States

1. A Historical Outline of Organized Labor in the United States

In this lesson, you'll learn about the development of organized labor and unions in the United States and their current position in the United States economy. We'll also touch upon federal laws that have been developed regulating and protecting organized labor.

Forms of Union Agreements

2. Forms of Union Agreements

While currently in decline, unions are still an important presence in the workplace. In this lesson, you'll learn about different types of union agreements regarding union membership and employment, including open, closed, agency and union shops.

Function of Collective Bargaining

3. Function of Collective Bargaining

The function of collective bargaining is to negotiate work-related issues. Bargaining or negotiating takes place between the employer and the employees. The employees are represented by a collective bargaining unit.

Mediation & Arbitration: Third-Party Interventions in Organizations

4. Mediation & Arbitration: Third-Party Interventions in Organizations

Some conflicts simply cannot be resolved by those involved in the dispute. This lesson will explain the use of third-party interventions to help disputants resolve conflict they could not solve on their own.

Tactics for Resolving Labor-Management Conflicts

5. Tactics for Resolving Labor-Management Conflicts

Good labor-management relations are a key component to successful business practice. Conflicts can happen and can be destructive. In this lesson, you'll learn about some tactics used for resolving conflicts between labor and management.

Controversial Employee-Management Issues

6. Controversial Employee-Management Issues

The modern workplace is replete with controversy ranging from charges of excessive executive pay to workplace privacy. In this lesson, you'll learn about some current controversial employee-management issues in the workplace.

Pareto Efficiency: Example and Definition

7. Pareto Efficiency: Example and Definition

The concept of Pareto efficiency was developed by Italian economist, Vilfredo Pareto. Learn more about Pareto efficiency from examples. Once you are finished, test your knowledge with a quiz.

Discouraged Worker: Definition & Effect

8. Discouraged Worker: Definition & Effect

Sometimes unemployed people get so discouraged that they simply quit trying. In this lesson, you'll learn about the discouraged worker and the effect discouraged workers can have on unemployment. A short quiz follows.

Employee and Workplace Grievances: Definition & Types

9. Employee and Workplace Grievances: Definition & Types

What can employees do when they are dissatisfied with the terms or conditions of their employment? Learn about the definition and types of employee grievances, and take a quiz to test your knowledge.

Employee Buy-In: Definition & Explanation

10. Employee Buy-In: Definition & Explanation

Employee buy-in is when employees are committed to the mission and/or goals of the company, and/or also find the day-to-day work personally resonant. Buy-in promotes engagement and a willingness to go the extra mile on the job.

Employee Referral: Definition & Policies

11. Employee Referral: Definition & Policies

If a friend ever arranged a job interview for you with his employer, your friend probably referred you through a referral program. In this lesson, you'll learn about employee referral programs and policies. A short quiz follows.

Employee Surveys: Benefits & Examples

12. Employee Surveys: Benefits & Examples

Employee surveys offer a valuable opportunity for staff members to give feedback to managers and executives of the company. When a company implements an employee survey, it can learn important, honest information from the employees' point-of-view.

Interrelationships: Definition & Explanation

13. Interrelationships: Definition & Explanation

A successful manager can detect and affect interrelationships to the advantage of his or her organization. In this lesson, you'll learn what interrelationships are and some related concepts. You'll also have a chance to take a short quiz after the lesson.

Job Commitment: Definition & Overview

14. Job Commitment: Definition & Overview

Are you wondering how you can feel more committed to your job? Do you also wonder how you are contributing to your organization? Read on to find out more about job commitment and how it can not only benefit an organization, but you as well.

Lowell System: Definition & Significance

15. Lowell System: Definition & Significance

In this lesson, we'll take a look at the Lowell system. We'll begin with a brief history followed by a discussion of the significance of the system. The lesson will then conclude with a summary and a short quiz.

Multitasking: Definition, Benefits & Examples

16. Multitasking: Definition, Benefits & Examples

Multitasking has become a popular way to accomplish multiple tasks. However, the verdict is out on whether or not it is a good idea. This lesson explains the advantages and disadvantages of multitasking.

Reciprocity: Definition, Principle & Types

17. Reciprocity: Definition, Principle & Types

In this lesson, you'll have the opportunity to learn the principle of reciprocity and explore examples of reciprocity and how it influences your behavior in your personal and professional relationships and consumer decisions.

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