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1. Utilitarian theories hold, us responsible for the
consequence of our choices. T/F 2. Corporations do not
have any first amendment protections against
unreasonable search and seizure under the federal
constitution; because they have no need for protection of
privacy. T/F 3. Under the common law civil suits to stop
pollution could be brought under the law of nuisance. T/F
4. Under the common law rule of employment at will,
unless protected by a contract or a statute, employees can
be fired for any reason at any time, even a bad reason. T/F
5. The equal pay Act requires equal pay if the jobs are
considered to be of \"Comparable worth\" T/F 6. In an age
discrimination case where the plaintiff was not hired, the
plaintiff does not have to prove that the person hire was
under the age of 40. T/F 7. Under the equal employment
opportunity Act (Title 7) employers have a duty to protect
the harassed employee from others and take remedial
action. T/F 8. Stereotype about age and ability to work are
prohibited under ADEA. T/F 9. Under the ADA disability is
broadly defined. T/F 10. Under the ADA the employer may
be expected to make reasonable accommodations. T/F 11.
If impairment is correctable then it isn\'t a disability under
the ADA. T/F 12. Government inspectors can arrive at a
corporation without any prior notice and search for
violation of regulations without obtaining a search warrant.
T/F 13. Good faith requires that both the company and the
union meet and consider the other side\'s demands on
permissive issues, neither side have to compromise. T/F
14. If women believe chauvinistic men who discriminate
against women control the union, then they could form
their won separate union. T/F 15. The employer always
demands a no strike clause during negotiations over the
collective bargaining agreement. T/F 16. Right to work
laws guarantee union workers a minimum of 40 hours work
a week. T/F 17. Under the employment at will rule the

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employer can fire a work at any time for any reason even a
bad reason. T/F 18. The American with disability act
helped unqualified workers obtain jobs under its
\"Affirmative action Provisions\" T/F 19. The prima facie
case rules all a person needs to establish is that he was
protected under a statue from discrimination and as a
member of the class protected, he applied for and was
denied a job which was then given to a member outside his
classification. This shifts the burden of proof to the
defendant employer. T/F 20. An employer to avoid charges
of illegal discrimination may assert a legitimate for the
hiring decision, but the employee can still win by
convincing the court that the reason was not the real
reason but a pretext. T/F 21. The first purpose of the
national labor relations act was to promote industrial
peace. T/F 22. Minimal due process required for any
agency action including the creation of new regulations,
rules, guidelines; and the enforcement of these same
enactments. T/F
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1. Utilitarian theories hold, us responsible for the consequence of our choices. T/F 2. Corporations do not have any first amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure under the federal constitution; because they have no need for protection of privacy. T/F 3. Under the common law civil suits to stop pollution could be brought under the law of nuisance. T/F 4. Under the common law rule of employment at will, unless protected by a contract or a statute, employees can be fired for any reason at any time, even a bad reason. T/F 5. The equal pay Act requires equal pay if the jobs are considered to be of \"Comparable worth\" T/F 6. In an age discrimination case where the plaintiff was not hired, the plaintiff does not have to prove that t he person hire was under the age of 40. T/F 7. Under the equal employment opportunity Act (Title 7) employers have a duty to protect the har ...
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