Employment law of Business Ch16 – 7th Edition- Discrimination  – Selected Employment Benefits and Protections

Employment law of Business Ch16 – 7th Edition- Discrimination  – Selected Employment Benefits and Protections
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1
Tina is a college student who works for Red Flags Amusement Park in Florida, USA during the summer. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, Tina is entitled to:
A)
minimum wages.
B)
the same pay and perks full-time employees are entitled to.
C)
fringe benefits.
D)
prevailing wages on all her public work projects.

2
Gisele has been with My Home Industries for the last two years. Her company employs 50 employees. She recently took 12 weeks of unpaid leave to tend to her terminally ill father-in-law. She had recorded 1,300 hours of work during the 12 months preceding the time off. Upon returning to work, she came to know that her employers had initiated disciplinary action against her. She argued that the Family and Medical Leave Act gave her the liberty to take the time off, but her employers were right in initiating the disciplinary actions. Why?
A)
The Act would have been applicable if Gisele had recorded 1,400 hours of work during the 12 months preceding the time off.
B)
The Act does not guarantee an employee unpaid leave for the care of the spouse’s sick parents.
C)
The Act is applicable only to employers with 100 or more employees.
D)
The Act is applicable only up to a fixed period of 8 weeks of unpaid leave.

3
Hilda’s employers have asked her to submit a medical proof of her illness for which she recently took 10 days off. As per the U.S. Department of Labor guidelines, she must have spent at least _____ night(s) in the hospital.
A)
five
B)
seven
C)
one
D)
three

4
Laney, an employee of Carterez, a contractor, is hospitalized to be treated for the high cement exposure she has been subject at work while Bartow, a subcontractor, was laying the cement foundation for a structure. Carterez is cited by Occupational Safety and Health Act for violation of the protective gear requirements. This follows the:
A)
general duty doctrine.
B)
defined contribution doctrine.
C)
defined benefit doctrine.
D)
multiemployer doctrine.

5
Brett is required to deliver pizza to Geronimo Pizzazz customers at their home on the company-provided two-wheeler. During one such delivery, he is injured in an accident. He claims damages from his employer but his employer shows that Brett was driving down the wrong way on a one-way street and was not required to pay any damages. This is an example of:
A)
contributory negligence.
B)
assumption of risk.
C)
fellow servant rule.
D)
no-fault principle.

6
On the first day at work in a medical laboratory, Carrie sees a sign on a door that says “Do Not Enter – DANGER.” She still enters the room, stumbles against broken rods stored there and hurts herself. If she wants to recover damages from her employers, she will be unsuccessful because of the principle of:
A)
general duty.
B)
assumption of risk.
C)
fellow servant rule.
D)
no-fault.

7
The _____ clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act requires that employers furnish to each employee employment and a place of employment free from recognized hazards that cause or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to the employee.
A)
national consensus
B)
employer liability
C)
general duty
D)
first line of defense

8
Which of the following is true of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act?
A)
The Department of Justice enforces the reporting and disclosure, and fiduciary requirements of the act.
B)
Individual plaintiffs cannot file actions based on the act’s violation.
C)
The act covers welfare plan but not retirement or pension plans.
D)
It does not cover plans established or maintained by governmental entities or churches.

9
A person who has discretionary authority over the investment or management of plan assets on behalf of another is known as a(n):
A)
fiduciary.
B)
ombudsman.
C)
adjudicator.
D)
executor.

10
_____ means becoming legally entitled to receive a benefit that cannot be forfeited if employment is terminated.
A)
Escheating
B)
Vesting
C)
Probating
D)
Inheriting