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BA361 quiz 6




Question;Question 1.1. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, an;employee returning to work does not necessarily have to be restored to his or;her original job. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 2.2. To contain health care costs, an employer may;increase the employee's deductible amount or co-payments. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 3.3. Typically, in a 401(k) saving plan, the;employer matches the employee contribution at the rate of 50 cents for every;worker dollar contributed. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 4.4. Companies may match employee contributions to;a 401(k) with cash or company stock. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 5.5. Employee assistance programs (EAPs) help;employees mainly with relocation costs. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 6.6. OSHA violations are categorized into three;types: Willful, Serious, Minor. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 7.7. It is usually safe for an HR manager to assume;that willful violations of safety and health laws and regulations will result;in more severe penalties. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 8.8. A common complaint of OSHA is that their;standards are out-of-date, failing to keep up with the realities of the;workplace. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 9.9. Self-employed workers are not covered under;OSHA. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 10.10. To comply with OSHA standards, all hazardous;chemical containers must be labeled with the identity of the contents and must;state any appropriate hazard warnings. (Points: 2);True;False;Question 11.11. The federal Family and Medical Leave Act;(Points: 2);applies to;employers having 10 or more employees during 20 or more calender workweeks in;the current or preceding year.;preempts state;laws under all circumstances.;provides for continuation of medical coverage.;requires the;employer to provide up to 24 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for certain;family and medical reasons.;Question 12.12. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, if;an employee is returned to an equivalent job, rather than their original job;it must have: (Points: 2);identical pay;benefits, and terms of employment.;identical pay;and promotional opportunity.;identical pay;and benefits.;identical pay;benefits, terms of employment, and promotional opportunity.;Question 13.13. The _____ mandates that employers make;health care coverage-at the same rate the employer would pay-available to;employees, their spouses, and their dependents on termination of employment;death, or divorce. (Points: 2);Health Care and;Education Reconciliation Act;Patient;Protection and Affordable Care Act;Consolidated;Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act;Social Security;Act;Question 14.14. A pension plan that establishes the basis on;which an employer will contribute to a pension plan is referred to as a;(Points: 2);contributory;plan;noncontributory;plan;defined-benefit;plan;defined-contributory plan;Question 15.15. Under the Occupational Safety and Health;Act, the U.S. Department of Labor may do any of the following except: (Points;2);conduct;workplace inspections.;close plants;that are extremely dangerous.;issue citations;to offending employers.;impose fines of;up to $7,000 for an other-than-serious violations;Question 16.16. Under OSHA, employers must do all of the;following except: (Points: 2);compensate;employees who have been injured or have become ill due to work-related factors.;keep records of;all work-related accidents and injuries.;inform;employees of OSHA requirements.;refrain from;disciplining employees who have filed safety complaints with OSHA.;Question 17.17. It is the responsibility of ____ to ensure;employees use protective equipment on the job. (Points: 2);OSHA;SHARP;representatives;the employee;the employer;Question 18.18. Laws that require employers to disclose;relevant safety information to employees are known as: (Points: 2);wellness laws.;right-to-know;laws.;admission laws.;hazardous data;laws.;Question 19.19. An OSHA investigation of catastrophes;fatalities, and accidents that result in hospitalization of five or more;employees are _____ priorities. (Points: 2);first level;second level;third level;fourth level;Question 20.20. The average penalty imposed by OSHA for;serious violations is now ____. (Points: 2);$2,000-$3,000;$3,000-$4,000;$6,000-$7,000;$10,000-$12,000;Question 21. 21. Describe the requirements and provisions of;the Family and Medical Leave Act. (Points: 5);Question 22. 22.;What is the role of the supervisor in promoting workplace;safety? (Points: 5)


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