1. The International Organization of Employer’s (I.O.E) with headquarters in Genevas was formulated in
(A) 1910
(B) 1920
(C) 1930
(D) 1940

2. Trade Union movement in India emerged between
(A) 1920-1930
(B) 1850-1870
(C) 1870-1880
(D) 1930-1947

3. The code of discipline in industry was adopted by the Indian labourconference (tripantite) in
(A) 1948
(B) 1958
(C) 1968
(D) 1950

4. The constitution of India upholds the principle ‘Freedom of Association’ as a fundamental right enunciated by I. L. O. convention in
(A) Article 20(C)
(B) Article 19(C)
(C) Article 24(C)
(D) Article 18(C)

5. The ongoing globalization in the country needs reforms in our labour laws. Which of the following forces oppose changes in the existing labour legislations?
(A) Government
(B) Labour and Trade Unions
(C) Employers’ Associations
(D) Human Rights’ Commission

6. In USA collective bargaining mostly takes place at the
(A) Industrial level
(B) Regional level
(C) National level
(D) Enterprise level

7. In which among the following countries Productivity Bargaining was first used?
(B) India
(C) U.K.
(D) Germany

8. The purpose of granting recognition to trade unions in USA by NLRB is to
(A) send representatives to I.L.O.
(B) to participate in Government Bodies
(C) to raise labour disputes
(D) to be accepted by Management for Collective Bargaining purposes

9. The recent Industrial Relations problem at Maruti Udyog Ltd. at its Manesar Plant was concerned with
(A) Permanent workers
(B) Contract labour
(C) Displaced persons
(D) None of the above

10. Which of the following statements is not correct in the light of present Industrial Relations scenario in India?
(A) Number of strikes is declining
(B) Rate of unionism is increasing
(C) Number of Lockouts is higher than the number of strikes
(D) Wages are revising