Workplace Accountability & Transparency for Employers & Employees


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What does workplace accountability refer to?

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1. Nowadays, employees expect that their employers will be transparent. What does this ultimately refer to?


Deceitful resume practices are an example of which of the following?

I. Lack of transparency on an employee's part

II. Poor transparency on an employer's part

III. Lack of accountability on an employer's part

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Accountability and transparency are two concepts that can be important for both employers and their employees. You can test what you know about these concepts by answering multiple-choice questions on topics like the definition of workplace accountability and what it means for an employer to be transparent.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When taking the quiz, you'll need to know about the following:

  • Deceitful resume practices
  • Area of accountability for employers and not employees
  • Part of the job that employers are accountable for that's often overlooked

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand the most important information about accountability and transparency among employers and their employees
  • Defining key concepts - make sure you can define transparency and accountability
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an aspect of employment that employers are responsible for and is often neglected

Additional Learning

To learn more about responsibilities in the workplace, simply pull up the lesson entitled Workplace Accountability & Transparency for Employers & Employees. You'll be studying some of the following points listed below:

  • General expectations of employees
  • Basic standards of accountability and transparency for employers
  • Proper communication between employers and employees
  • Feedback of employee performance from employers