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1TRUE or FALSE A recent study of top managers found that finding and retaining qualified workers was more important than finance, technology, product, innovation, or international business.TRUE
2TRUE or FALSE Ethical conduct requires doing more than the law requires.
3TRUE or FALSE In measuring comparable worth, the same pay scale should be used when comparing distinctly different jobs that require similar levels of training.TRUE
4TRUE or FALSE It is unlawful for employers to provide unpaid leave to employees to take care of their sick parents.FALSE
5TRUE or FALSE Social responsibility refers to the duty of a business to contribute to the well-being of society.TRUE
6TRUE or FALSE The 1945-1965 high birth rate period is referred to as the baby bust.
7TRUE or FALSE THE EPA was created to help control and reduce noise pollution, among other things.
8TRUE or FALSE The GDP of a country must grow faster than its population in order for living standards to improve.TRUE
9TRUE or FALSE The invisible barrier to job advancement is known as the sticky floor.
10TRUE or FALSE When employees learn a variety of jobs and regularly switch jobs with others, productivity drops.FALSE
11Requiring special skills, physical ability and education are all factors in determining comparable _______.Worth
12An on-site daycare facility is an example of a ________ - _______ practice or benefit. FAMILY-FRIENDLY
13As the standard of living increases, the birth rate usually _______. DROPS
14Increased worker interest and coverage for absent workers are benefits derived from ____ rotation. JOB
15Comparable worth means paying workers ________ for jobs with similar but not identical job requirements.EQUALLY
16A. IMPROVING HEALTH AND SAFETY Providing healthy choice in the company cafeteria is an example of employer: A. improving health and safety B. redesigning the workplace C. implementing family-friendly practices D. controlling the environmentA. IMPROVING HEALTH AND SAFETY
17IMMIGRATION and INCREASED LIFE EXPECTANCY The US population is growing largely because __________ and ____________________.IMMIGRATIONandINCREASED LIFE EXPECTANCY
18Coal, natural gas, sunshine or iron ore is a source of renewable resources.
19Which of the following statements is incorrect in relation to managing the environment? A. Society is focusing on preserving natural resources B. Society is focusing on conserving renewable resources C. Society is focusing on recycling discarded materials into new products D. Society is focusing on reducing the growth of waste.B
20Usually in work teams, as quality of work increases morale's will Increase or Decrease?
21Of the following, which is not considered a part of the sun belt Of the following, which is not considered a part of the sun belt? Alabama, California, Florida or North CarolinaCALIFORNIA
22FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE What type of work schedule allows employees to start work early or late and also helps to avoid rush hour traffic?FLEXIBLE WORK SCHEDULE
23What type of environment problem creates breathing problems? POLLUTION
24Definition: A formal, published collection of values and rules that reflect the firm’s philosophy and goals.CODE OF ETHICS
25Definition: An invisible barrier to job advancement. GLASS CEILING
26Definition: Most people aged 16 or over who are available for work, whether employed or unemployed. LABOR FORCE
27Definition: Paying workers equally for jobs with similar but not identical job requirements. COMPARABLE WORTH
28Definition: The colder states in the north and northeast of the United States. FROST BELT
29SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Definition: The duty of a business to contribute to the well-being of society.SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
30The inability of workers to move up from low-paying jobs that require little skill and education. STICKY FLOOR SYNDROME
31Definition: The north central and northeastern states where major manufacturing centers were once dominant.RUST BELT
32Definition: The owner’s customers, suppliers, employees, creditors, government, general public, and other groups who are affected by a firm’s action.STAKEHOLDERS
33LABOR PARTICIPATION RATE Definition: The percentage of the adult population that is in the labor force.LABOR PARTICIPATION RATE