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What does NLRB stand for?
National Labor Relations Board
A contract bar occurs when?
An election is barred because of an excisting valid union decertificaton
What is a decertification election?
An NLRB election to determine if a majority of the employees want the union decertified.
A direct election occurs when?
An employer accepts and employee representation request from the union and agrees to an election
An agency shop is?
A union provision requiring members and non-members to pay union dues.
The practive of requiring employers to hire extra workers who are not wanted or needed is called?
Featherbedding
True or False: Good-Faith Bargaining is when parties make offers and counteroffers to reach an agreement?
True
A position of relative advantage over one's competition is called?
Competive Advantage
The 3 components of the Expectancy Theory of Motivation are?
Expectancy, Instumentality, and Valence
What is the process of dividing work into specialized jobs that are performed by seperate individuals?
Division of Labor
What is the process of dividing work into specialized jobs that are performed by seperate individuals?
Division of Labor
A study in which variables in an organization are measured and correlated is a?
Correlation Study
What is an HR Manager who is required to understand all the major personnel functions and their relatonship to business functions?
HR Generalist
An evaluation of how well an HR dept is performing its responsibilities and meeting its objectives is an?
HR Audit
True or False: Money is one example of Herzberg's Hygiene Factor?
True
An HR dept member who specializes in a particular HR function such as compensation or recruitment is called a?
HR Specialist
What is the theory of motivation based on a hierarchy of physilogical needs, safety needs, social needs, esteem needs, and self actulaization needs?
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Reinforcement Theory is?
A theory of motivation that says behavior is determined by the types of rewards or punishments associated with the behavior
Regression Analysis is?
A statistical technique for predicting the value of one dependant variable based on a weighted combination of independent variables.
An HR accouting measure that estimates the cost to replace an employee in current dollars is called the?
Replacement cost