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In this type of union arrangement, an employer agrees to hire only union members. a. union shop c. closed shop b. modified union shop d. agency shop
A,C and D a. union shop c. closed shop d. agency shop Various types of union security agreements exist. Among the more common are: Closed shop—The employer agrees to hire only union members. [ An employee who resigns from the union must be dismissed.[1] Union shop—The employer may hire anyone regardless of their union membership status, but the employee must join the union within a set time
period (such as 30 days). An employee who resigns from the union must be dismissed.[1] Agency shop—The employer may hire anyone regardless of their union membership status, and the employee need not join the union. However, all non-union employees must pay a fee (known as the "agency fee") to the union to cover the costs of collective bargaining (and, in some countries, other fees as well). An employee who resigns from the union may not be dismissed but must pay the agency fee.[1] Fair share provision—The employer may hire anyone regardless of their union membership status, and the employee need not join the union. However, all non-union employees must pay a fee (known as the "fair share fee") to the union to cover the costs of collective bargaining. An employee who resigns from the union may not be dismissed but must pay the fair share fee.[1] In public sector collective bargaining, where the agency shop is often outlawed, the fair share provision (almost identical to the agency fee) may be negotiated instead.[19] Dues checkoff—A contract between the employer and union where the employer agrees to collect the dues, fees, assessments, and other monies from union members and/or non-members directly from each worker's paycheck and transmit those funds to the union on a regular basis.[1] ]
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