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Question;Title VII applies to all employers within the United States. (Points: 2) 2. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act does not: (Points: 2).3. Title VII requires that employers make reasonable efforts to accommodate their employees' religious practices. (Points: 2) 4. A nuisance (Points: 2) 5. Ken applies for a job at Local Plant, Inc. During the interview, Ken mentions that some of his friends are Hispanic. The interviewer says that Local Plant does not hire people who associate with Hispanics. This is (Points: 2) 6. Criteria used to make employment decisions that have a disparate impact on women, for example, height requirements, must be job related. (Points: 2) 7. Title VII protects members of which racial group? (Points: 2) 8. Eagle Equipment Corporation discharges Jay, who then sues Eagle for employment discrimination under Title VII. Eagle learns that Jay lied on his job application and argues that, had Eagle known of the lie, it would have fired him. This is (Points: 2) 9. A good defense to an employment discrimination suit exists if an employer can show that promotions or other job benefits are distributed according to a fair seniority system. (Points: 2) 10. A disparate impact exists when an employer's facially neutral employment practices have a significantly adverse impact on a protected group and the practice is not shown to be job related and necessary. (Points: 2) 11. What is a principal purpose of the Superfund? (Points: 2)12. It is probable that a zoning variance would be granted (Points: 2) 13. Pregnant women are entitled to the same benefits as other disabled workers. (Points: 2) 14. Superfund is a creation of which of the following? (Points: 2) 15. Under Title VII, whites are protected against discrimination because of race and color. (Points: 2) True16. The Blanchard and Peale three-part test for resolving ethical dilemmas consists of the following questions: (Points: 2) 17. The Equal Pay Act: (Points: 2) 18. What is an employer defense to a disparate impact charge? (Points: 2) 19. Besides quid pro quo sexual harassment, the law forbids hostile working environment harassment.20. When supervisors seek sexual favors in return for job benefits, the practice is called: (Points: 2) 21. The owner of a factory that releases toxic chemicals into the air and surrounding waterways may be in violation of (Points: 2) 22. The ethical category of fairness is best expressed as (Points: 2) 23. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits job discrimination on the basis of education and experience. (Points: 2) 24. Laws that prohibit defamation, invasions of privacy, and discrimination exist primarily (Points: 2) 25. Religious societies may not grant hiring preferences to members of their religion. (Points: 2)26. Generally, the EEOC attempts to remedy an unlawful practice through conciliation. (Points: 2) 27. Ann's Retail, a women's clothing store, hires female attendants to assist clients in the store's dressing rooms. Larry, a male, applies for, and is refused, a job as an attendant. Larry then sues Ann's Retail for employment discrimination under Title VII. Against the suit, the store has (Points: 2) 28. Employment testing and educational requirements must be job related, i.e., bear a relationship to job performance. (Points: 2) 29. Damages are not available for victims of intentional employment discrimination based on gender, religion, age, or disability. (Points: 2) 30. An act that is a nuisance at all times and under any circumstances is a (Points: 2)


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