Technically, employment laws cover all rights and obligations within the employer-employee relationships. They apply to current employees, job applicants, as well as former employees. Employment laws also involve legal issues like wrongful termination, discrimination, wrongful termination, wages and taxation, etc. Are you currently employed, or have you once been unemployed? Do you know your rights as an employee or employer? Take our small quiz and see how much you know about it.
The right to be trained before starting a job
The right to privacy
The right to be interviewed via the phone
The right to get notified about the employe'r refusal to hire him/her.
The right to get hired regardless of age.
The right to get hired regardless of gender
The right to get hired regardless of ethnicity
The right to be free from any type of discrimination.
Personal phone calls
When it comes to e-mail messages and internet usage.
When it comes to personal phone calls.
When it comes to visits in the work place.
When it comes to password confidentiality.
Unless the employer notifies the individual in writing and receives permission to do so.
Unless the employer calls the individual.
Unless the employer notifies the individual via e-mail.
Unless the employee gives a verbal notification to the individual.
Association for the disabled.
Association for the deaf
Americans with disabilities
Association for Deaf people of America
No, it only applies to workers 40 years of age and older.
Yes, it applies to everyone.
No, it's only good for women.
No, it's exclusive to young workers.
Regulations for work contracts
Regulations for wages
Regulations as to the duration of work days.
Regulations for job specifications.
That employers must allow employees to take up to a 12 week leave of absence for qualified medical purposes.
That employees should have at least a 6 week leave notice.
That the employees should have at least a 4 week leave notice.
That the employees should have at least a 3 week leave notice.
The federal and state laws.
The federal laws.
The state laws.
The equity laws.
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