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Company A calls Company B to ask about Company B’s former employee. Company B
knows the employee caused a lot of problems before being fired. Which of the following would
be the best practice for Company B?
Provide no information, but recommend not hiring the employee.
Inform Company A why the employee was fired and recommend seeking additional
information.
Add additional false details about the employee to be sure that Company A will not
hire him in order to avoid a negligent referral claim.
Do not respond to the query.
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Who of the following is least likely to be hired by an employer?
A highly qualified documented alienagainst an averagely qualified U.S. citizen for
a sales job
An averagely qualified U.S. citizenagainst an averagely qualified documented
alien for a management job
An averagely qualified U.S. citizenagainst a highly qualified documented alien for
a public policy job
A highly qualified undocumented alienagainst an averagely qualified documented
alien for a retail job
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The following series of events occurred:
I. Martha was subject to gender discrimination at her job. She attacks her boss in anger over the
discrimination.
II. Martha made a discrimination claim.
III. Martha was fired from her job.
IV. Martha applied to a different employer, who asked for a referral from her former employer.
V. Martha’s former employer informs the requesting employer that Martha has a violent
disposition and should not be hired.

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Which of the following took place?
Retaliation and negligent referral
Defamation and negligent referral
Defamation and retaliation
Retaliation only
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Blake, a convicted felon, applies for a job at Company A. The supervisor, Wes, recognizes
that Blake is a felon but decides to give him a chance at employment. He places Blake under
close supervision and keeps him mostly separate from other employees and, for many months, no
problems occur. A year later, Blake is under regular supervision and spends more time with other
employees. If he commits an act of workplace violence, which of the following would most
likely be true?
The employer did not exercise due diligence but is not liable.
The employer is automatically liable, though it did exercise due diligence.
The employer did not exercise due diligence and is liable.
The employer has exercised due diligence.
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Company A is a business with 80 employees spread over two plants. Financial struggles lead
the company’s executives to consolidate the two plants in order to save costs until business picks
up again. Within six months, the executives hope to be able to open the second plant again, but
until then, some workers will have to be laid off. Which of the following is true?
The company isn’t subject to WARN requirements as long as it opens the second
plant within the six months.
The company isn’t subject to WARN requirements at all.
The company is subject to WARN requirements regardless of when and how the
second plant is reopened.

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• Company A calls Company B to ask about Company B’s former employee. Company B knows the employee caused a lot of problems before being fired. Which of the following would be the best practice for Company B? • Provide no information, but recommend not hiring the employee. • Inform Company A why the employee was fired and recommend seeking additional information. • Add additional false details about the employee to be sure that Company A will not hire him in order to avoid a negligent referral claim. • Do not respond to the query. Feedback 5 / 5 (100.0%) • Who of the following is least likely to be hired by an employer? • A highly qualified documented alien—against an averagely qualified U.S. citizen for a sales job • An averagely qualified U.S. citizen—against an averagely qualified documented alien for a management job • An averagely qualified U.S. citizen—against a highly qualified documented alien for a public policy job • A highly qualified undocumented alien—against an averagely qualified documented alien for a retail job Feedback 5 / 5 (100.0%) • The following series of events occurred: I. Martha was subject to gender discrimination at her job. She attacks her boss in anger over the discrimination. II. Martha made a discrimination claim. III. Martha was fired from her job. IV. Martha applied to a different employer, who asked for a referral from her former employer. V. Martha’s former employer informs the requesting emp ...
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