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Which of these does NOT describe a noncompete clause?
a) They are designed to protect business secrets from being shared. b) They must be for a reasonable time and geographic area. c) They are illegal since they apply to people who no longer work for the company. d) They can only be implemented during the employment relationship, not after it ends.
Why does it matter if a worker is an employee or an independent contractor?
a) Employers only have to pay payroll taxes on employees. b) Only employees have to be paid. c) Workplace safety rules and regulations don't apply to independent contractors. d) The Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination only against employees.
Performance evaluations should be
a) based entirely on the opinion of the manager doing them. b) based as much on objective facts as possible. c) done with no warning in order to give better ratings to employees the manager likes. d) based on the phase of the moon.
If a company decides both what the worker does and how s/he does it, the worker is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
If the worker makes his/her personnel decisions (who to work with, what those people do, and how much they are paid) then s/he is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
If the company provides the worker's tools and equipment, then s/he is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
If the worker’s agreement with the company includes benefits such as insurance and retirement funds, s/he is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
If the worker is responsible for his/her own training, s/he is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
If a worker is free to work on other jobs during the agreement with the company, s/he is likely a( n)
a) independent contractor. b) employee. c) slave. d) manager.
The Supreme Court case that said that a job analysis must be used to determine what a job's essential skills are was
a) Albemarle Paper Company v. Moody b) Griggs v. Duke Power Company c) Plessy v. Ferguson d) Marbury v. Madison
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