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A human resources manager would most likely prefer an employee turnover rate
a) of less than 10%
b) around 25%
c) around 50 %
d) as close to 100% as possible

This federal law regulates health and safety conditions in businesses by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.

Which of the following is NOT a reason for transferring an employee?
a) To place the employee in a job that better matches his or her interests and needs
b) To overcome difficulties resulting from poor performance or conflicts
c) To reduce the number of employees in the company because of changing business conditions
d) To give the employee a better chance for promotion

The advancement of an employee within a company to a position with more authority and responsibility is a
a) transfer
b) promotion
c) layoff
d) training opportunity

Planning and managing the financial and nonfinancial rewards available to employees is which human resources activity?
a) Employee Relations
b) Wages & Benefits
c) Employee Assistance
d) Employee Planning & Research

A transfer often offers an employee
a) more authority
b) a substantial pay increase
c) greater prestige and benefits
d) a better chance for promotion

In one year, a company with 1,000 employees had 100 workers terminate employment. What was the company’s employee turnover rate?
a) 1,000%
b) 100%
c) 10%
d) 1%

A federal law that provides pensions to retired workers and disabled workers is
a) the Occupational Safety and Health Act
b) the Fair Labor Standards Act
c) the Americans with Disabilities Act
d) the Social Security Act

The law that requires employers to pay covered employees overtime pay at 1-1/2 times the regular rate of pay is the
a) Civil Rights Act of 1964
b) Workers' Compensation Law
c) Fair Labor Standards Act
d) Occupational Safety and Health Act

Discrimination in hiring based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, or national origin is prohibited by the
a) Equal Pay Act
b) Civil Rights Act
c) Immigration Reform and Control Act
d) Fair Labor Standards Act

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