Problem on Agency Shop

The union strategy which prevents the non-union employees of the firm from being free riders is to negotiate a contract which needs the firm to be a/an: (i) Agency shop. (ii) Open shop. (iii) Collective bargaining shop. (iv) Closed shop. (v) Union shop.

Can someone please help me in finding out the accurate answer from the above options.

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