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<p>Hi i need naswers for Penn Foster Exam No 06057100 (Employment Relations)</p><p> </p><p>2. Leslie works as a secretary for a large corporation. Her boss repeatedly makes sexual<br />advances towards her, which she repeatedly refuses. After six months of her refusing the<br />sexual advances, Leslie's boss fires her with no explanation. Under Title VII, which of<br />the following is true about this set of facts?<br />A. Leslie may seek damages, reinstatement, and back pay.<br />B. Leslie may seek only compensatory damages.<br />C. Leslie may seek only damages and reinstatement.<br />D. Leslie may seek only compensatory and punitive damages.<br />3. Billy works as a freelance writer for Big Books. Billy works in his own home, and has very<br />little contact with Big Books, except to receive and return writing projects. Which of the<br />following is true about this set of facts?<br />A. Billy is an employee and agent of Big Books.<br />B. Billy is a fiduciary to Big Books.<br />C. Billy is neither an employee nor an independent contractor for Big Books.<br />D. Billy is an independent contractor for Big Books.<br />4. Neal appoints Alfonso as his agent to attend to his business affairs while Neal is honeymooning<br />in the South of France. Four weeks later, Neal returns. Therefore, the agency is<br />terminated<br />A. due to the occurrence of a specific event.<br />B. due to lapse of time.<br />C. due to the fact that the purpose was achieved.<br />D. because of changed circumstances.<br />5. Norma has worked for Big Factory loyally for 15 years, never missed a day of work, and<br />has always been an excellent worker. One day, without warning, Norma's supervisor<br />tells her that she's being fired. The supervisor offers no explanation. Norma knows of no<br />reason for the termination. Which of the following is true about this set of facts?<br />A. Norma may file a bad faith action against her employer.<br />B. Norma may file a bad faith action against her supervisor.<br />C. As long as the reasons were nondiscriminatory, Norma can do nothing.<br />D. Even if the reasons were discriminatory, Norma can do nothing.<br />6. Carter wants to impress his boss Marco. Carter approaches a potential client of Marco's<br />and spends hours negotiating a contract on Marco's behalf with the client. Finally, the client<br />agrees and signs the contract. However, Marco knew nothing about Carter's negotiations,<br />and Carter lacked the authority to perform such actions on Marco's behalf. When Marco<br />found out, he was so pleased about the contract that he overlooked Carter's actions and<br />told Carter he did an excellent job landing the client. An agency by _______ has been<br />formed.<br />A. estoppel C. agreement<br />B. operation of law D. ratification</p><p>7. Richard is a real estate agent who has contracted to sell real estate on Eddie's behalf.<br />Richard meets with Tammy, and explains he's a real estate agent showing the property for<br />the owner. Tammy never meets with Eddie. Which one of the following is true about this set<br />of facts?<br />A. Richard may be held liable for any representations made to Tammy, but Eddie may not<br />be held liable.<br />B. Neither Richard nor Eddie may be held liable for any representations made to Tammy.<br />C. Eddie may be held liable for representations made to Tammy, but Richard may not be<br />held liable.<br />D. Both Richard and Eddie may be held liable for representations made to Tammy<br />regarding the property.<br />8. Lyle slips and falls while on the job at Big Factory. Big Factory tells Lyle that it was his own<br />fault that he fell, and then fires him. Big Factory takes no further action regarding the fall.<br />Big Factory<br />A. acted lawfully in discharging Lyle.<br />B. likely violated the Occupational Safety and Health Act.<br />C. likely violated the Occupational Safety and Health Act and workers' compensation laws.<br />D. likely violated the Fair Labor Standards Act and the National Labor Relations Act.<br />9. Sid contracts with Ed to act as Ed's agent in handling Ed's business affairs. Sid owes Ed<br />the duty<br />A. to use reasonable diligence and skill in performing the work.<br />B. of compensation.<br />C. of cooperation.<br />D. of indemnification.<br />10. Ethan formed an agreement with Teresa in which Teresa agreed to serve as Ethan's agent<br />in carrying out his business affairs. Two weeks after the agency was formed, Ethan was<br />sent to an institution because of a mental breakdown. The agency should be terminated<br />due to<br />A. mutual agreement. C. lapse of time.<br />B. occurrence of a specific event. D. operation of law.<br />11. Bud takes a job at a local restaurant washing dishes. Bud is paid $4.50 per hour and works<br />approximately five hours per week. Which of the following laws might this situation violate?<br />A. Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947<br />B. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938<br />C. National Labor Relations Act of 1935<br />D. Norris-LaGuardia Act</p><p>17. Shannon was working at her job as a cafeteria worker when she slipped and fell on a wet<br />portion of the floor. This set of facts triggers which one of the following?<br />A. Workers' compensation laws only<br />B. Occupational Safety and Health Act only<br />C. Both workers' compensation laws and the Occupational Safety and Health Act<br />D. Neither workers' compensation laws nor the Occupational Safety and Health Act<br />18. Which of the following is true regarding the distinction between employees and<br />independent contractors?<br />A. Independent contractors are always agents as well as independent contractors, and<br />employees aren't.<br />B. Independent contractors don't have to answer to the employer, and employees do.<br />C. Employees are covered by workers' compensation laws, and independent contractors<br />aren't.<br />D. Employees are never agents of the employers, while independent contractors are<br />always agents of the employer.<br />19. Camilla came to Charles' office to discuss a business deal. Charles had to leave on urgent<br />business, but brought Elizabeth in and told Camilla, "Elizabeth will be glad to handle this<br />for you. She can take care of everything." Camilla and Elizabeth entered a contract. An<br />agency relationship exists on the basis of agency by<br />A. operation of law. C. agreement.<br />B. ratification. D. estoppel.<br />20. Anthony, acting as Nick's agent, meets with Victoria to discuss a business proposition.<br />Anthony intentionally makes a misrepresentation to Victoria regarding a critical factor<br />concerning the deal. Which of the following is true about this set of facts?<br />A. Only Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />B. Only Nick may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />C. Both Nick and Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />D. Neither Nick nor Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation</p><p>17. Shannon was working at her job as a cafeteria worker when she slipped and fell on a wet<br />portion of the floor. This set of facts triggers which one of the following?<br />A. Workers' compensation laws only<br />B. Occupational Safety and Health Act only<br />C. Both workers' compensation laws and the Occupational Safety and Health Act<br />D. Neither workers' compensation laws nor the Occupational Safety and Health Act<br />18. Which of the following is true regarding the distinction between employees and<br />independent contractors?<br />A. Independent contractors are always agents as well as independent contractors, and<br />employees aren't.<br />B. Independent contractors don't have to answer to the employer, and employees do.<br />C. Employees are covered by workers' compensation laws, and independent contractors<br />aren't.<br />D. Employees are never agents of the employers, while independent contractors are<br />always agents of the employer.<br />19. Camilla came to Charles' office to discuss a business deal. Charles had to leave on urgent<br />business, but brought Elizabeth in and told Camilla, "Elizabeth will be glad to handle this<br />for you. She can take care of everything." Camilla and Elizabeth entered a contract. An<br />agency relationship exists on the basis of agency by<br />A. operation of law. C. agreement.<br />B. ratification. D. estoppel.<br />20. Anthony, acting as Nick's agent, meets with Victoria to discuss a business proposition.<br />Anthony intentionally makes a misrepresentation to Victoria regarding a critical factor<br />concerning the deal. Which of the following is true about this set of facts?<br />A. Only Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />B. Only Nick may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />C. Both Nick and Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation.<br />D. Neither Nick nor Anthony may be held liable on a tort theory for the misrepresentation</p>
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