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The employer must protect the employee by providing all of

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The employer must protect the employee by providing all of the following, EXCEPT: (Points: 5)
a safe and sanitary place to work.
proper tools and machinery for the job to be performed.
an environment free of competition.
careful and competent employees with whom to work.


2. It is the employee's duty to: (Points: 5)
obey his or her employer's lawful orders concerning the employment.
be careful and less competent than his or her colleagues.
create an environment free of competition.
provide a safe and sanitary place to work.


3. The doctrine of employment at will has been eroded by federal, state, and local statutes; by court decisions; and by: (Points: 5)
social attitude.
moral behavior.
company agenda.
public policy.


4. Disclosing personal, irrelevant information about a former employee amounts to: (Points: 5)
defamation.
invasion of privacy.
illegal restraint of trade.
violation of restrictive covenant.


5. 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) __________ remedy. (Points: 5)
exceptional
preventive
exclusive
unavoidable


6. Employees may still sue their employers if it was the employer's __________ conduct that caused the injury or illness. (Points: 5)
intentional
malicious
abrupt
grossly negligent


7. The Civil Rights Act of 1991 is a federal statute that provides two important additional remedies to an employee who can prove that he or she was a victim of: (Points: 5)
discrimination.
disability.
terror attack.
harassment.


8. Favoritism can be a form of: (Points: 5)
sexual harassment.
racial harassment.
religious harassment.
age discrimination.


9. In a product liability case, the most obvious target of an injured party is the: (Points: 5)
manufacturer.
licensor.
purchaser.
dealer.


10. The ones who are particularly vulnerable when the product manufacturer is insolvent or is a corporation that has been dissolved or is unreachable are the: (Points: 5)
designers.
managers.
purchasers.
retailers.


11. A pharmaceutical company earns most of its profits from the drug only at the time during which the drug is effective and it is: (Points: 5)
patented.
registered as a trade mark.
licensed as a copyright.
reasonably priced.


12. Consumer products with restrictions imposed on them include the following, EXCEPT: (Points: 5)
services.
paint.
children's toys.
radiation-emitting products.


13. In a Master Settlement Agreement, the companies agree not to engage in __________ strategies. (Points: 5)
advertising
consumer product safety
federal administrative
producing


14. __________ who dispense drugs other than those specifically prescribed by authorized professionals such as physicians also can be charged with malpractice if the incorrectly dispensed drugs cause injury to the legal user. (Points: 5)
Pharmacists
Physicians
Psychiatrists
Nurses


15. It has been held that when, as a result of his or her negligence, the accountant fails to discover or conceals evidence that a client's employee has been embezzling funds, an accountant is liable only to his or her: (Points: 5)
agent.
company.
client.
partner.


16. When the client relies on the financial planner's recommendations and suffers a loss, the financial planner can be sued for: (Points: 5)
scandal.
battery.
negligence.
nuisance.


17. In 1947, an international agreement was entered into by a multitude of nations, called the: (Points: 5)
North American Free Trade Agreement.
World Trade Organization.
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
International Monetary Fund Agreement.


18. The commission or organization that is responsible for overseeing the implementation of all multinational trade agreements negotiated now or in the future is known as the: (Points: 5)
North American Free Trade Organization.
World Trade Organization.
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
International Monetary Fund.


19. An act of the host country's taking title to all of the assets of the foreign company is called: (Points: 5)
capitalization.
embargo.
domestication.
expropriation.


20. __________ regulates the dumping of waste onto land. (Points: 5)
Clean Water Act
Superfund
Environmental Protection Agency
Clear Air Act
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