BUS 310 BUS310 Week 3 Quiz 2 (STRAYER)

BUS 310 BUS310 Week 3 Quiz 2 (STRAYER)


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BUS 310 Week 3 Quiz 2

  1. ____ was passed to protect employee pensions benefits.
  2. Quid pro quo sexual harassment typically involves
  3. A local office supply business routinely hires younger workers for stock staff over older applicants because much of the work requires heavy lifting and good mobility.
  4. The basic premise of OSHA is that each employer must provide a workplace that is safe for employees, which is known as the
  5. Executive Order 11478 requires that federal contractors receiving more than ____ must have affirmative action plans.
  6. The Family Medical Leave Act requires employers to provide which of the following for employees under certain emergency circumstances?
  7. The Occupational Safety and Health Act
  8. Employers with ____ employees must comply will the stipulations of Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
  9. The law that prohibits employers from collecting genetic information about their employees is called the:
  10. Which of the following would be the LEAST likely to be involved when an organization evaluates its legal compliance with human resource management regulations?
  11. ____ was passed to protect employee safety.
  12. The Age Discrimination in Employment Act prohibits discrimination with respect to age of employees or applicants
  13. Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act makes illegal discrimination based on
  14. One method for establishing whether disparate impact exists in a company's hiring practices involves
  15. Alpha-Beta Company closed a plant and laid off 100 workers, who each made $100 per day in pay and benefits. The closing was announced by company managers on April 1 and took place 30 days later. Under the provisions of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act of 1988 (WARN), Alpha-Beta must pay a penalty of
  16. Wangkyo is an electrical engineer who designs power systems for factories. His employer is sending him on a foreign assignment for one month, to design a system for a new factory that is being built overseas. Which skills will be MOST important to Wangkyo in his foreign assignment?
  17. Which of the following trends is NOT true of developed nations today (such as the United States, Japan, the United Kingdom, and so on)?
  18. What aspect of international business do NAFTA and the EU represent?
  19. No outplacement firms exist in several Middle Eastern countries because the religion of Islam specifies that individuals should not benefit financially from other people's misfortunes. This cultural factor pertains to what type of difference?
  20. Under which international strategy will several companies agree to cooperate for mutual benefit?
  21. Locating a facility in a relatively underdeveloped area will impact all of the following human resource activities EXCEPT
  22. What is an advantage of direct investment in another country?
  23. When Kodak constructed a research lab in Japan, this action was an example of:
  24. The Star Alliance, which is a global group of airlines that cooperate so that reservations and purchasing is made easier for customers, is an example of:
  25. A cultural dimension that focuses on relationship building and quality of life is
  26. Repatriation occurs when a(n)
  27. Which of the following is NOT likely to be a part of a compensation package designed for an expatriate?
  28. Which international staffing model is typified by an organization using many host-country nationals to staff a variety of positions at many levels?
  29. Disney chose Andre Lacroix to be CEO of Euro Disney, following his success as CEO of Burger King International. Disney chose an experienced international manager who lived in France, rather than send an American manager overseas, in part to eliminate the risk of expatriate failure. Expatriate failure occurs when the
  30. Hofstede partnered with ____ to collect cultural information from employees.

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