1. Which of the following is a correct statement about inpatriates?
A. Inpatriates are employees transferred from a company's site in one state to another state within the United States. B. Inpatriates are employees from one division of the company being moved to another division.
C. Inpatriates are foreign employees who come to the United States to work for the U.S.-based parent company. D. Inpatriates are employees from countries other than the parent country placed in facilities of other countries.
2. The purpose of the National Labor Relations Board is to
A. regulate unfair labor practices and levy punitive charges on the violators.
B. conduct periodic onsite inspections of union and company records regarding the negotiation and enforcement of all contract provisions and related labor-relation activities.
C. draft, hold a hearing on, and promulgate rules and regulations regarding union-management relations.
D. conduct and certify representation elections, determine the employees who are eligible to participate in organizing activities
and bargaining units, and prevent unfair labor practices.
3. Which of the following is a false statement about fact-finding as an impasse resolution procedure? A. A fact-finder reports on the reasons for the dispute.
B. A fact-finder's findings are made public.
C. A fact-finder is often used for negotiations with governmental bodies.
D. A fact-finder's findings are binding on the parties.
4. Which of the following is a false statement about the performance management process across national boundaries?
A. The general principles of performance management apply in most countries, but the specific methods that work in one country may fail in another.
B. While t