Employee Rights and Sexual Harassment MCQs

Employee Rights and Sexual Harassment MCQs

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1: An employer must meet reasonable standards in dealing with employees, and employees have the right to appeal, arbitration, or any other fair procedure relating to hiring is known as ?

A.   Due proceed

B.   Legal process .

C.   Legal proceedings

D.   None of these

2: Any employee can quit or resign whenever he or she likes, but he or she can also be _____or fired without notice

A.   Discharged

B.   Dismissed

C.   Achieved

D.   Accomplished

3: Flexibility is a term coined to reference the creation of a more flexible economy with destabilizing the job security provided by the welfare state?

A.   True

B.   False

4: Any unwanted physical behavior and dialogue of a sexual nature, either overt or covert, that is exacerbated when the behavior is an abuse of workplace relationships is known as?

A.   Sexual harassment

B.   Victimization

C.   Being molested

D.   None of these

5: In exchange for ______, employees deserve just compensation and appropriate working conditions where they are safeguarded from physical and psychological harm.

A.   Cooperative efforts

B.   A specified amount of time

C.   A specific body of knowledge

D.   Designated skills

6: Corporations do not have ______ duty to their employees.

A.   Kantian

B.   Prima facie

C.   Actual

D.   Fiduciary

7: Which principle protects a manager from being coerced into keeping unproductive workers?

A.   Property right

B.   At will

C.   Managerial freedom

D.   Corporate purpose

8: Which principle supports managers during times of economic downturn and layoffs in the United States?

A.   Property rights

B.   Managerial freedom

C.   Flexible security

D.   The Macron reforms

9: What is one reason for the shift in the “job for life” attitude that was common prior to the 1970s in the United States?

A.   The economy was booming, and companies could easily find workers to replace ones that were challenging.

B.   The economy stagnated, and companies struggled to keep up with more efficient Japanese competitors.

C.   There were a lot of younger, less experienced workers willing to work for less wages.

D.   There was a surge in technological innovation that required the skills of younger, newly educated workers.

10: Outsourcing and the use of contract workers as part of organizational restructuring are ways to ______.

A.   Increase efficiency

B.   Diminish the influence of unions

C.   Retain managerial control

D.   Get more control over costs

11: Without employment-at-will and the freedom to discharge workers, employers may lose opportunities to ______.

A.   Increase efficiency and productivity

B.   Increase their employee base

C.   Impact the local economy

D.   Better address employee rights

12: Layoffs should only be done when there is an economic crisis or to save the company from ______.

A.   Losing top management

B.   Bankruptcy

C.   Anticipated challenges

D.   Industry norms

13: The most common ways of making layoff decisions include ______.

A.   Wages and paid time off

B.   Paid time off and seniority

C.   Performance and favoritism

D.   Seniority and performance

14: What are moral duties that apply to everyone called?

A.   Natural rights

B.   Benefits

C.   Utilitarian

D.   Worker welfare

15: Which is a basic human good that contributes to human flourishing?

A.   Power

B.   Friendship

C.   Authority

D.   Wealth

16: Employee rights are implied by the definition of ______.

A.   Health and safety

B.   Knowledge

C.   Corporate purpose

D.   Right to freedom

17: What does due process mean?

A.   The employer must meet reasonable standards during the layoff process.

B.   The employer may not dismiss employees with seniority.

C.   The employer may only lay off workers in a certain salary range.

D.   The employer’s decisions are final with no opportunities for appeal.

18: Which is an ethical challenge for employers around worker safety for hazardous jobs?

A.   Does the employee have the knowledge and skills necessary to perform?

B.   When tested, does the employee test negative for illicit drug use?

C.   Does an employee meet the necessary health criteria to perform the job?

D.   How much risk should employers and society be willing to tolerate for its workers?

19: Which is an example of an employee right?

A.   Company car

B.   Right to privacy

C.   Health care

D.   Company shares

20: Employees have the right to expect that information collected about them by their employers is ______.

A.   Shredded immediately

B.   Limited by civil liberties

C.   Not used in litigious conflicts

D.   Kept private

21: Employees have the right to expect that information collected about them by their employers is ______.

A.   Shredded immediately

B.   Limited by civil liberties

C.   Not used in litigious conflicts

D.   Kept private

22: In general, ______ alone is a questionable reason to drug test for hazardous jobs.

A.   Working intoxicated

B.   Impairment

C.   Performance

D.   Using drugs

A.   Tracking employees during time off with global positioning systems

B.   Tracking company vehicles with global positioning systems during work hours

C.   Tracking personal cell phones with global positioning systems during work hours

D.   Tracking personal vehicles with global positioning systems during work hours

24: Determining moral culpability for sexual harassment involves assessing ______.

A.   The mental states of the alleged harasser and the person who is harassed

B.   The power difference between the alleged harasser and the harassed

C.   The physical characteristics of the offensive acts

D.   The opinions of coworkers and other supervisors in the same department

25: In the case of Dr. Adams, his unwanted attention toward Emily and how it made her feel made Dr. Sherman question if ______ had occurred.

A.   A privacy violation

B.   Appropriate supervision

C.   Sexual harassment

D.   Mentoring

26: What is the objective of flexicurity?

A.   To provide employees with different job opportunities

B.   To offer additional training during failing economies

C.   To develop a plan for short-term offshoring and outsourcing

D.   To create a more flexible economy without destabilizing job security

A.   Absolutely

B.   Reasonably

C.   Probably

D.   Expectedly

28: The prevalent doctrine in the United States for employment is ______.

A.   Good cause, bad cause

B.   Managerial freedom

C.   Property rights

D.   Employment-at-will

29: ____ of women who experience sexual assault on campus are sorority members.

A.   0.08

B.   25%

C.   75-99%

D.   35-45