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Mgmt 101 3 (3)

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MGMT 101 3 (3)
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1.  Maxine lost her job as an electrical engineer with a large company which had provided health insurance benefits for Maxine and her family. She now:
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2.  ADA reasonable accommodations may include:
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3.  Maude was denied employment with Trucks R Us as a warehouse worker because she didn't meet the weight requirement of 160 pounds. Trucks argued the weight requirement was reasonable because warehouse workers often have to lift things weighing up to 100 pounds. If she sues Trucks, she will
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4.  Jim was a mechanic. One day when he attempted to weld a car's gasoline tank, it exploded and he was hurt. He filed to collect workers' compensation. His employer resisted on grounds that Jim had been negligent and had also violated the express regulations of the company when he attempted to weld a gasoline tank. Which statement is correct?
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5.  Roxanne was fired from her job when her employer instituted a new policy that prohibited employees from smoking cigarettes. This requirement applied to off-duty time as well as job-related time. Roxanne claimed that she could not quit smoking and that she was wrongfully fired since she did not smoke in the workplace -- only when she was outside the building and during off-duty time.
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6.  Which of the following is true?
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7.  In 1932, Congress passed what legislation prohibiting federal court injunctions in nonviolent labor disputes, thereby declaring that workers should be permitted to organize unions and use their collective power to achieve legitimate economic ends?
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8.  Which of the following persons is an agent?
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9.  Can a person work as an agent for two different people with conflicting interests?
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10.  Which of the following is not required of an agency relationship?
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11.  Mike worked for Frank’s Pizza as a driver. His duties consisted of making deliveries along a designated route. One day Mike decided to see his girlfriend, Jackie, who lived 50 mile out of his pizza route. While driving to his girlfriend’s, Mike injured a pedestrian, Chuck. The accident was caused because of Mike’s negligent operation of the delivery truck. Chuck is now suing both Mike and Frank’s for personal injuries. Under the circumstances:
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12.  Janet was employed as a sales representative for Esday, Inc. An appreciative customer gave her a diamond bracelet for all her hard work on a complicated contract. Can Janet keep the bracelet?
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13.  Nikki was a tax accountant with HBR Accounting. Nikki decided to do some tax consulting in the evenings and on wekkends. HBR is unaware of Nikki’s consulting work. Which statement is correct?
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14.  Under a written contract dated May 1, Jodi hired Jenna to buy a piece of lakefront property. On May 30, Jenna finalized a deal with Brandon for the purchase of the land and a contract was signed. On May 31, Jenna learned Mrs. O'Leary had died on May 29. Which statement is correct concerning the contract Jenna entered into with Brandon?
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15.  Circus Pizza contracted with Art to run its birthday parties. Art’s responsibilities included supervising the children and organizing the games. Circus did not investigate Art’s background, which included a history of assaulting children. Art sexually assaulted a 7-year-old girl in the restaurant’s kitchen during a birthday party. Circus Pizza:
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16.  Megan was employed by a large company. Her supervisor told her to falsify government reports. She refused and was fired. She sued for wrongful discharge. Her employer claimed since Megan was an at-will employee, she had no legal right to claim it was liable for damages. Is the employer right?
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17.  Which of the following may be legitimate nondiscriminatory criteria for selection of an employee?
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18.  Ron and several fellow workers of Vicy, Inc., a small manufacturing company, wished to organize a union. When Vicy learned of this activity, it issued a bulletin to all workers stating that a union will only hurt the company and that “we are a family that can solve any problems ourselves—we do not need union activists from outside our company trying to tell us what to do!” Which statement is correct concerning the bulletin issued by Vicy?
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19.  Zoe, who works as a retail clerk, wishes to talk with her co-worker about organizing a union. Her employer threatens to fire her if she talks with other workers about union activity in the presence of customers while she is working. Does the employer have a legal right to make this threat to Zoe?
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20.  Exec-Pac, Inc. is extremely opposed to having its employees organize. The union attempting to organize a collective bargaining unit filed an unfair labor practices claim with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), alleging that Exec-Pac illegally interfered with its unionization drive. The NLRB, convinced that an election would be pointless, waived the requirement of an election and certified the union as the exclusive representative of Exec-Pac's workers. Which statement is correct?
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21.  Mega Corp is negotiating a collective bargaining agreement with a union. The company claims it is not financially able to pay with the wages increase the union is demanding. Which statement is correct?
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22.  A union declares it will be engaging in a partial strike whereby its employees will alternate between working for a period of time and then walking off the job for an indefinite time. Thus, employees may work for a few days or only a few hours before walking off the job again. The employer claims the union does not have the legal right to engage in a partial strike. Which statement is correct?
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23.  Employees of Truan went on strike because Truan refused to bargain in good faith. After an unfair labor practices strike, the striking workers are:
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24.  All the forms of organization listed below have limited liability except the:
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25.  Jill and Jane plan to start a business in which each will be an equal owner, but only Jill will be active in the business. They do not want to form a corporation. Their best choice for business organization is probably:
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26.  Murray was a partner in a large firm. He died unexpectedly. His son, Frank, wanted to take over for his father in the partnership and was well qualified to do the work his father had done. Which statement best describes Frank's rights in the partnership if he inherits the interest?
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27.  Jill was a limited partner in a retail business that was sued by a customer who fell in the store. The customer claimed the business was negligent in caring for its floors. Which statement best describes Jill’s potential liability?
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28.  The business form that is taxed as a partnership and gives all owners limited liability, is:
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29.  John, his parents, and three brothers own all the stock of their family farm corporation. This corporation is probably:
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30.  Ollie leased a building in Old Town. Ollie installed a washer and dryer unit and a new furnace in the basement of the building with new duct work throughout the building. Upon expiration of the lease, Ollie intends to remove the washer and dryer, but not the furnace. The washer and dryer can easily be removed without harming anything. Removal of the furnace, however, will damage the building. Are the washer, dryer, and furnace fixtures?
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31.  The purpose of recording a deed or other real estate transaction is to:
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