BUS 475 Quiz 9
This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 16. The second 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 17.
During the 1930s, many workers in the United States joined unions, and the ranks of organized labor grew rapidly. This historical period was called:
The right to free speech is protected in the United States by the:
When an employee believes their employer has done something that is wrong or harmful to the public, and he or she reports alleged organizational misconduct to the media, government, or high-level company officials, what has occurred?
Which of the following is not true about employee theft?
If someone is entitled to be treated a certain way, this refers to a(n):
A reason for an increase in employee monitoring does not include:
Privacy rights seek to protect the employees’ private lives from:
Which law allows individuals who sue federal contractors for fraud to receive up to 30 percent of any amount recovered by the government?
The Occupational Safety and Health Act gives workers the right to a job:
Which of the following is not an argument favoring employee drug testing?
Universal rules establishing a common set of labor standards worldwide are called:
The conditions under which a company’s employees work is called:
Since the mid-1950s the proportion of American workers represented by unions has:
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, the highest injury rates are found in which of these industries?
Which ethnic group, as defined by the U.S. Census, represents the fastest-growing percentage of the labor force?
In 2011, what percentage of corporate officers of the Fortune 500 companies were women?
Sexual harassment applies to:
When a mother or father is granted time off when children are born or adopted and during the early months of a child’s development, this is called:
Which of the following is an argument against affirmative action?
Variation in the important human characteristics that distinguish people from one another is called:
Under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), passed in 1993:
“Glass walls” refers to:
Age, ethnicity, gender, mental or physical abilities, race, and sexual orientation are what dimensions of diversity?
Racial harassment is illegal under:
Executive Order 11246, established in 1965, mandates:
How do “glass walls” differ from “glass ceilings?”
A study by Catalyst found that companies with three or more female directors had:
Since the early 1990s racial harassment charges filed:
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was created in: