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1
A type of insurance that provides that employees may recover damages for work-related injuries and illnesses without having to prove negligence on the part of the employer is known as:
A)workers' compensation.
B)provident fund.
C)stipend.
D)gratuity.
2
Workers' compensation provides that damages may be recovered for work-related injuries by:
A)employers.
B)employees.
C)beneficiaries.
D)trustees.
3
A remedy in which an employee who sustains a work-related injury or illness can only recover damages through workers' compensation and may not file a lawsuit against his or her employer is known as a(n):
A)exceptional remedy.
B)preventive remedy.
C)exclusive remedy.
D)unavoidable remedy.
4
Employees may still sue their employers if it was the employer's ____________ conduct that caused the injury or illness.
A)intentional
B)malicious
C)abrupt
D)grossly negligent
5
Many employers have employee assistance programs in place, a company benefit that provides opportunities for counseling and:
A)stress reduction.
B)opportunities.
C)promotions.
D)appraisal.
6
The act passed to promote safety and health in the workplace is known as the:
A)Civil Rights Act of 1964.
B)Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
C)Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967.
D)Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978.
7
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 created a federal agency, to administer its various provisions, known as the:
A)Organizational Safety and Health Administration.
B)Organizational Safety and Health Association.
C)Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
D)Organizational Services and Health Administration.
8
As a response to OSHA standards, companies are paying greater attention to the developing science of ergonomics, which deals with designing workplaces so as to promote safety and:
A)economic conditions.
B)wealth.
C)personal developments.
D)health.
9
It is illegal throughout the employment process, including outreach, hiring, job classification, salary, promotions, benefits, discipline, layoffs, and termination, to discriminate against employees who are members of a:
A)protected class.
B)unprotected class.
C)trade union.
D)discriminated class.
10
Under federal and state law, companies must maintain and report detailed records to demonstrate that their employment practices are nondiscriminatory. These reports are referred to as:
A)bonafide affirmation plans.
B)affirmative action plans.
C)legal insurance plans.
D)antidiscrimination plans.







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