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Praxis Marketing: Workers' Rights & Collective Bargaining - Chapter Summary
Use the text and video lessons in this chapter on workers' rights to gain a solid understanding of collective bargaining, including workers' rights and employers' rights, and how the contract negotiation process works. Learn how labor law governs collective bargaining, where management and employees negotiate certain working conditions and standards of employment. Chapter topics include:
- Collective bargaining
- Labor relations
- Federal regulation of labor
- Labor laws
Through clearly explained definitions and examples, these lessons teach you the fundamental concepts of workers' rights. You'll go into the Praxis Marketing Education exam with a clear understanding of how workers' rights and collective bargaining relate to the questions you'll be asked.
Praxis Marketing: Workers' Rights & Collective Bargaining Objectives
The Praxis Marketing Education test is paper-based and takes about two hours to complete. This is the test that measures a candidate's readiness for a career as a middle or high school marketing education instructor. Any questions related to workers' rights and collective bargaining will typically fall into the roughly 14% of the test dedicated to marketing education programs (about 17 multiple-choice questions). Our lessons and videos can directly help guide your test prep activities. You can gain practice reading and comprehending what's being asked in a question before identifying the best answer among several choices.
1. Governmental Regulation and Management
In the U.S., we have several different government agencies that help protect the rights and safety of our workers. This lesson explores and explains these agencies and how they relate to management.
2. Collective Bargaining: Definition and Labor Relations Legislation
The National Labor Relations Act established the National Labor Relations Board and required employers to use collective bargaining. This lesson explains these labor law concepts.
3. Importance of the Collective Bargaining Process
One of the primary advantages of unionization for workers is the collective bargaining process. In this lesson, you'll learn about collective bargaining and why it is important in labor-management relationship. A short quiz follows.
4. 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.
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