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Question 11.Workers who voluntarily leave their jobs aren't usually eligible to collect unemployment compensation except when:
Question 22.What is the living wage for non-exempt employees under the FLSA?
Question 33.OSHA establishes general regulations, which are enforced by OSHA. These are known as:
Question 44.Justin makes $1000 per paycheck. He has a 401(k) plan and his employer has a 3% matching program. Justin decides he'd like to be more aggressive with his contributions, so he decides he's going to contribute 5% per paycheck. How much does this mean his employer will contribute per paycheck?
Question 55.Which of the following is NOT one of the main provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act?
Question 66.Employment laws are designed to:
Question 77.Unemployment compensation is usually:
Question 88.In the Oracle case, which of the following was true regarding the employee's termination?
Question 99.How is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 applied to different types of employers?
Question 1010.Meena is six months pregnant and is an at-will employee. Her boss Irwin would like to replace her with someone who has no children but knows he cannot legally fire her because her pregnancy puts her in a federally-protected class. Irwin uses Meena's computer to delete some critical company reports and blames her for it. He then uses this as a reason to fire her. This is an example of:
Question 1111.What is a key difference between pension plans and 401(k) plans?
Question 1212.Which of the following is NOT a category of discrimination covered under Title VII?
Question 1313.The Social Security Act was enacted in which year?
Question 1414.As a whole, employment law is the area of law that governs:
Question 1515.Which of the following statements regarding at-will employment is FALSE?
Question 1616.Alex wants to retire but is not vested. Why is this a bad idea?
Question 1717.Which of the following is considered an unfair labor practice by employers under the NLRA?
Question 1818.The FMLA was passed under the:
Question 1919.What does FICA stand for?
Question 2020.Tamika is not a salaried employee. She worked 50 hours in the past seven days. Would she be entitled to overtime pay?
Question 2121.Why did unions first come about in the United States?
Question 2222.Sometimes a worker can take FMLA to care for a covered service member with a serious injury or illness. This is called:
Question 2323.Which of the following businesses is LEAST likely to use employment law?
Question 2424.Why is continuous bargaining a popular approach?
Question 2525.The FMLA allows certain employees to take up to:
Question 2626.Unemployment compensation was established as a part of the:
Question 2727.Brandi is a new cashier in a small clothing store. She recently informed her manager that she was called to report for jury duty. Her manager told her she needed to appear prejudiced so she wouldn't get picked for a trial, since he didn't have anyone to replace her at the moment. Brandi was selected for a trial that lasted for three days. When she returned to work, her manager told her she was fired. Which of the following statements adequately reflects this situation?
Question 2828.The goal of employment law is to:
Question 2929.Under Title VII, what is the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission empowered to do?
Question 3030.OSHA was enacted in:
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