(1) Identify and define
The interactions between management and unionized employees unions are organizations that represent employees in collective bargaining with employers a source of recruitment not all organizations include labor relations as part of their HR systems.
Enacted in 1935, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) applies to private employers.
• Its preamble set forth the policy of the United States to eliminate or lessen the causes of certain substantial obstructions to the free flow of commerce by encouraging collective bargaining and by protecting the exercise by workers of full freedom of association, self-organization, and designation of representatives of their own choosing, for the purpose …show more content…
Explain your answer.
Yes, If labor union have the power to use strikes than owners want to protect their business. The most important is to return to peaceful and productive environment
(3) Explain why the owners are against free agency.
• Free agency is the system that allows the professional player to change sports team after their agreement expired. If free agency is not limited, an athlete can negotiate and sign with any team after his contract expires. With free agency, the player may change teams if the drafting team fails to sign player initially or after player's contract with drafting team expires.
• A player who changes team under free agency system has good control over player's career than a player who switches the team via a trade. in some circumstances, the free agent's options are limited by league rules. And in this situation, the owners will lose control of the players' contracts.
(4) Several tennis players want to end the strike and defy the union leaders because they need the money. What is the responsibility of the player's union in this …show more content…
Drug-testing provisions cover two categories of drugs: substances of abuse and performance enhancers. Substances of abuse are recreational drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, LSD, and the like.
Performance enhancers are drugs such as anabolic steroids, amphetamines, and so forth. Drug-testing provisions may include penalties, opportunities for rehabilitation, and education on substances.
• Salary caps
Collective bargaining over compensation encompasses all of the wage and benefit provisions. With the exception of salary caps, luxury taxes, fines, tickets, and licensing revenues, the list of provisions tends to be the same regardless of the field that the labor agreement