Human Resource Management Gaining A Competitive Advantage 10th Edition Noe by Raymond Andrew Noe – Test Bank

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Human Resource Management Gaining A Competitive Advantage 10th Edition Noe by Raymond Andrew Noe – Test Bank

Chapter 03

The Legal Environment: Equal Employment Opportunity and Safety>

True / False Questions

1.

Each branch of the U.S. government (legislature, executive, and judiciary) has its own area of authority, and these areas do not overlap. 
 
True    False

2.

The United States president has the power to veto any law passed by Congress. 
 
True    False

3.

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is a quasi-judicial agency. 
 
True    False

4.

Section 1982 of the Civil Rights Act granted all persons the same property rights as white citizens. 
 
True    False

5.

The benefits of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act are limited to married women who are pregnant. 
 
True    False

6.

Conditions such as obesity and substance abuse are covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act. 
 
True    False

7.

Executive Order 11478 prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, and national origin and applies only to federal contractors and subcontractors. 
 
True    False

8.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has three major responsibilities: investigating and resolving discrimination complaints, gathering information, and issuing guidelines. 
 
True    False

9.

Individuals who feel they have been discriminated against may file a complaint with the EEOC at any time after the incident. 
 
True    False

10.

As per the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, an “illegal act” occurs when a discriminatory compensation decision is adopted. 
 
True    False

11.

Disparate treatment exists when individuals in similar situations are treated differently and the different treatment is based on an individual’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability status. 
 
True    False

12.

In a prima facie disparate treatment case, the defendant in a disparate treatment case has the burden of proving that the plaintiff was wrong in suing him. 
 
True    False

13.

A job qualification based on race, sex, religion, and so on that an employer asserts is a necessary qualification for the job is known as a bona fide occupational qualification. 
 
True    False

14.

In a mixed-motive case, the plaintiff acknowledges that some discriminatory motive existed but argues that the same hiring decision would have been reached even without the discriminatory motive. 
 
True    False

15.

Under the four-fifths rule, disparate treatment occurs if the hiring rate of a minority group is less than 45 percent of the hiring rate for the majority group. 
 
True    False

16.

The standard deviation rule uses the mode of the distribution to determine disparate impact. 
 
True    False

17.

Reasonable accommodation simply requires an employer to refrain from committing discriminatory acts. 
 
True    False

18.

Under disability claims, the plaintiff must show that he or she is a qualified applicant with a disability and that adverse action was taken by a covered entity. 
 
True    False

19.

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides that employers cannot retaliate against employees for opposing a perceived illegal employment practice. 
 
True    False

20.

Quid pro quo harassment occurs when some kind of benefit or punishment is made contingent on an employee’s submitting to sexual advances. 
 
True    False

21.

Having pictures of naked women posted in the workplace is actionable under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. 
 
True    False

22.

Affirmative action programs are used to eliminate discrimination in the workplace and increase minority representation. 
 
True    False

23.

The Occupational Safety and Health Act assigned the responsibility for inspecting employers, applying the standards, and levying fines to the Department of Health. 
 
True    False

24.

The provision of the Occupational Health and Safety Act that states that an employer has an overall obligation to furnish employees with a place of employment free from recognized hazards is known as the general duty clause. 
 
True    False

25.

The job hazard analysis technique is a breakdown of each job into basic elements, each of which is rated for its potential for harm or injury. 
 
True    False


Multiple Choice Questions

26.

Which of the following amendments is called the equal protection clause? 
 

A.  Fourteenth Amendment

B.  Sixteenth Amendment

C.  Eighteenth Amendment

D.  Twentieth Amendment

E.  Third Amendment

27.

Which of the following is a part of the U.S. government’s executive branch? 
 

A.  District courts

B.  Committee on Indian Affairs

C.  Select Committee on Ethics

D.  Congress

E.  The president

28.

The legislative branch of the federal government 
 

A.  functions under the authority and supervision of the president.

B.  has no say in the appointment of judges by the president.

C.  consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

D.  enforces the laws that are passed in the United States.

E.  adjudicates cases pertaining to civil issues.

29.

The executive branch of the federal government 
 

A.  consists of bodies such as the Select Committee on Ethics.

B.  consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

C.  adjudicates criminal cases.

D.  passes laws such as the Civil Rights Act.

E.  consists of the president and the many regulatory agencies the president oversees.

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