In what circumstances are trade unions more likely to be effective in wage negotiations for their members?
Which trade union action is most likely to have harmful effects on the productivity of a firm?
When will a trade union be most effective in pursuing its members' interests?
What is least likely to be a function of a trade union?
What is the main purpose of a trade union?
In which situation will a trade union be least likely to be effective in supporting the interests of its members?
9. UK flights were severely disrupted in after a pay dispute involving trade union members. Which change would the union not have used to support their pay claim?
What is not a function of a trade union?
What might a trade union usually be expected to do for its members?
What does the term"closed shop'mean?
A request by a trade union for a pay rise for its members
to be successful if
Which of the following is a reason why a trade union may ask for a wage increase for its members?
The main aim of a trade union is to
Which of the following is an example of action taken by a trade union?
A group of workers in a Bangladesh garment factory is concerned about the low pay,poor working conditions and extended hours of work. They decide to work only for their contracted hours of work and put a ban on overtime. This type industrial action is known as