Employees and Corporation MCQs

Employees and Corporation MCQs

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1: Arbitration private proceeding using a neutral first party to render a binding decision in a dispute.

A.   True

B.   False

2: A Bargaining Unit group of employees who do different work and share similar issues and concerns when it comes to working conditions.?

A.   True

B.   False

3: A Bounty Program has ______ awards for whistleblowers in order to incentivize reporting of wrongdoing.?

A.   Commercial

B.   Monetary

C.   Budgetary

D.   None of these

4: Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) _______ with the employer, a contract that covers all of the terms of employment for the members of a bargaining unit such as insurance, and vacation time.?

A.   Negotiated

B.   Stipulate

C.   Mixed up

D.   None of these

5: ________ the right of all employees guaranteed under the NLRA, to act together to improve their working conditions for mutual aid and protection.?

A.   Concerted Activities

B.   Negotiated

C.   Stipulate

D.   Mixed up

6: Dodd–Frank Act (DFA) under this act, is it lawful for any provider of consumer that does not provide financial products or services to engage in any unfair deceptive or abusive act or practice.?

A.   True

B.   False

7: Usually involving economic issues like higher wages or better working conditions known as?

A.   Economic Strikes

B.   General strikes

C.   Slow down strikes

D.   Sympathetic Strike

8: Employment status where the worker works for one employer, a retirement fund, and paid leave as well as have taxes withheld from his or her pay is known as ?

A.   Employee

B.   Employment at Will

C.   Staff member

D.   Assistant

9: Unless there is a contract that says otherwise, employees are hired at will—they can leave for any reason and can be fired for any reason or no reason. _______is one of the oldest employment theories in the United States.?

A.   Employment at will

B.   Staff member

C.   Assistant

D.   Employee

10: Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) had Passed in _____, regulates child labor, establishes a minimum wage, and requires premium pay for overtime.

A.   1938

B.   1937

C.   1963

D.   1934

11: A whistleblower under the FCA can sue the wrongdoer on behalf of the U.S. government and recover up to _____of any court award.?

A.   25%

B.   35%

C.   15%

D.   5%

12: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Law was designed to support working families in times of serious medical conditions.?

A.   True

B.   False

13: Required by the FLSA, the employer must pay at least $2.13 per hour in direct wages. If an employee’s tips combined with the employer’s direct wages of at least _________ do not equal the minimum hourly wage, the employer must make up the difference. States may have their own tipped minimum wage.

A.   $250 per hour

B.   $2. per hour

C.   $1 per hour

D.   $2.13 per hour

14: Those workers who benefit from the services of the union but do not join the union or pay dues are known as ?

A.   Free rider

B.   Rider

C.   Waiver of Premium Rider

15: A procedure for external dispute resolution involving an employee, union representation, and the employer’s management team is known as grievance ?

A.   True

B.   False

16: ________where the worker can work for more than one company at the same time, does not receive benefits or paid time off, and does not have taxes withheld from his or her pay. Is known as independent contractors.?

A.   Employment status

B.   Employee

C.   Staff member

D.   None of these

17: Contract establishing dependent contractor status for the worker. The agreement usually lays out the terms of the work and usually includes a statement that the agreement is not an employment contract is known as Independent Contractor Agreement

A.   True

B.   False

18: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Federal agency that enforces the IRC. The IRS has a bounty program for whistleblowers who report persons who fail to pay their taxes. Whistleblowers can collect up to _____ of what the IRS collects.?

A.   30%

B.   90%

C.   15%

D.   25%

19: Lawful Strikes based upon_____or unfair labor practices.?

A.   Economic issues

B.   Department issue

C.   Quick issue

D.   None of these

20: Minimum hourly wage required by FLSA, currently _____ States may have a different minimum wage.

A.   $9.25 per hour

B.   $4.25 per hour

C.   $5.25 per hour

D.   $7.25 per hour

21: Passed in ______, guarantees the right of employees to organize, form unions, and bargain collectively with their employers.It also requires employers to bargain in good faith with unions is known as National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)?

A.   1986

B.   1932

C.   1936

D.   1935

22: Created by the______ to arbitrate deadlocked labor-management disputes, guarantee democratic union elections, and penalize employers for unfair labor practices?

A.   National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)

B.   Law of nation

C.   The Prisons Act

D.   None of these

23: Office of the Whistleblower within the SEC created by the (NLRB) to enforce whistleblower provisions of the law?

A.   True

B.   False

24: Benefits that move with a worker from joblessness are known as Portable Benefits ?

A.   True

B.   False

25: _____Laws passed by states to roll back or abolish state increases to the minimum wage.?

A.   Pre-Emption Bills

B.   Government bill

C.   Alcohol Etc (Scotland) Act 2010

D.   None of these

A.   Employment

B.   Occupation

C.   Recruitment

D.   Positions

27: “Getting back at” a person. It could include firing or demoting or in any way discouraging someone from reporting violations of law or enforcing their rights is called?

A.   Retaliation

B.   Revenge

C.   Reprisal

D.   Sympathy

28: Which law Present in states that prohibit union security agreements?

A.   International security law.

B.   Right-To-Work Laws

C.   Diplomatic law

D.   Both a and b

29: A Social Security financial safety net for retired, enabled, and advantaged workers funded by a tax on workers’ earnings?

A.   True

B.   False

30: Which law creates a federal financial safety net for elderly, unemployed, and disadvantaged workers.?

A.   Social Security Act

B.   International security law.

C.   Right-To-Work Laws

D.   Diplomatic law

31: Statements of Employment Particulars of written employment agreements in the____, covering topics like pay, title, and expected hours of work.

A.   EU

B.   (AITUC)

C.   UAW

D.   CWA

32: Mass work stoppages usually in response to employee grievances is known as strikes ?

A.   True

B.   False

33: Tip Pooling is an _____whereby servers pool their tips at the end of a shift and share them with other staff?

A.   Arrangement

B.   Disarrangement

C.   Debat

D.   Objection

34: Tipped Employee Someone who works in a job in which they customarily and regularly receive more than _____a month in tips?

A.   30$

B.   70$

C.   60$

D.   33$

35: Unfair Labor Practices that violate _____such as retaliating against an employee for joining a union?


B.   DFA

C.   (AITUC)

D.   UAW

36: ______is an organized group of workers who work together to make decisions about the terms and conditions of work.?

A.   Union

B.   Union Security Agreements

C.   Division

D.   Management

37: Agreements between _____and businesses whereby the union can require eligible employees to join or that the employer will collect dues on behalf of the union.

A.   Unions

B.   Union Security Agreements

C.   Division

D.   Management

38: The unlawful purpose of which violates the NLRA ?

A.   True

B.   False

39: A Whistleblower person, often an employee or former employee, who reports illegal or fraudulent activity by an employer, government, or an _______?

A.   Organization

B.   Individual

C.   Disproportion

D.   Imbalance

A.   Compensation

B.   Deprivation

C.   Forfeiture

D.   Penalty

41: A(n) _____ prohibits a departing employee from working for any competitors for a period of time.

A.   Noncompete agreement.

B.   Defamation

C.   Public Schools and Universities

D.   A John Doe Lawsuit