Question;Question 1Private sector employer monitoring, surveillance, and searches of employees is:Legal constitutionally when the employer is a private sector one and not a government employer.A legal invasion of privacy and thus an intentional tort if conducted in a very intrusive manner which infringes on the personal privacy of the employees.A moral wrong according to Kant if conducted in a disrespectful and demeaning manner.All of the above.Question 2EarthLast, Inc. pollutes the environment. They are careful, however, to just avoid violating pollution control laws. The company makes a lot of money for its shareholders. Which of the following best describes the company's approach to business?Legal and Moral pursuant to Legal PositivismLegal, moral, and socially responsibleIllegal and immoralLegal and moral pursuant to Kantian ethicsQuestion 3A problem with the Last Resort principle when applied to business is:Does business have the capability to help and to aid the community and local charities?Is business the last real alternative to help and to aid the community and local charities?:Are there potential legal liability issues for helping, aiding, and rescuing?All of the above.Question 4What is TRUE about the employment at-will doctrine?It has been modified by statute, for example, civil rights acts.It has been modified when a discharge is in violation of a fundamental "public policy" of a state.It can result in a legal but immoral discharge.All of the above.Question 5What is TRUE about the employment at-will doctrine?It has been modified by statute, for example, civil rights acts.It has been modified when a discharge is in violation of a fundamental "public policy" of a state.It can result in a legal but immoral discharge.All of the above.Question 6Which of the following statements is or are accurate?There is no such thing as an unjust law if one is a Legal PositivistAll bad actions are immoral if one is a MachiavellianBoth a and bNone of the above.Question 7Which of the following statements is most accurate?Morals are legal minimums.Morals are legal maximums.Laws are moral minimums.Laws are moral maximums.Question 8A company that pressures and coerces its own employees to contribute their own money and their own time to help out local charities in order for the company to gain a good reputation for being socially responsible in the community could be acting:Morally pursuant to UtilitarianismImmorally pursuant to Kantian ethicsLegally if the employees are employees at-will and no crimes or torts are committedAll of the above.Question 9Whistleblowing in the private employment sector in the United States typically isNot protected by a uniform federal lawProtected under some state whistleblower protection statutesUsually protected by the law if the disclosure is made to the media since the disclosure will be widespread and thus do the most goodNever required morally pursuant to Kantian ethics since the consequences for the whistleblowing employees usually are harsh, for example, loss of employment.Question 10Regarding the values of legality, morality, and social responsibility, which of the following is/are TRUE:One can be sued for acting illegally.One cannot be sued for "merely" acting immorally unless some law is also violated.One cannot be sued for "merely" being socially irresponsible or non-responsive unless some law is also violated.All of the above are true.
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