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Review - Employment Law

Exam 1 Review - Employment Law

Created Date 03.01.17
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Topics of this game:
  • What are the two classifications of workers?
  • What is the benefit of using independent contractors?
  • Why is it important to classify workers appropriately:
  • There are differences in the definition of employer from law to law.
  • What is a non-compete agreement?
  • What constitutes a valid non-compete?
  • What is stare decisis?
  • What three courts make up the federal court system?
  • Who is the plaintiff?
  • Who is the defendant?
  • Who is the appellant?
  • Who is an appellee?
  • What is case citation?
  • What is a motion to dismiss?
  • What is a motion for summary judgment?
  • What is a prima facie case?
  • What is at-will employment?
  • Which of the following are not at-will employment relationships?
  • What is whistleblowing?
  • What is retaliatory discharge?
  • What is the purpose of WARN?
  • What is constructive discharge?
  • What are two types of discrimination claims?
  • What is disparate treatment?
  • What is disparate impact?
  • What is a BFOQ?
  • What is back pay?
  • What is retroactive seniority?
  • What are compensatory damages?
  • What are punitive damages?
  • What is Title VII of the Civil Rights Act?
  • What activities are prohibited under Title VII?
  • What classes are protected under Title VII?
  • Who must comply with Title VII?
  • Who is covered by Title VII?
  • What agency does an individual file a discrimination claim to?
  • What is a reasonable cause finding by the EEOC?
  • What happens if there is a reasonable cause finding?
  • What is the statute of limitations for filing a complaint for non-federal gov't ees?
  • What is the statute of limitations for filing a complaint for federal gov't ees?
  • Where might you find discrimination in the employment relationship?
  • What are the federal statutory regulations that impact recruitment?
  • What types of interview/application questions are illegal?
  • What is negligent hiring?
  • What is pre-employment testing?
  • What is eligibility testing?
  • Which of the following are eligibility tests?
  • To be legally validated, an employer must show that the eligibility test:
  • What is ineligibility testing?
  • Why is ineligibility testing done?
  • An eligible employee under FMLA is one who:
  • Under FMLA, eligible employees are entitled to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for:
  • What are employers required to do under the OSH Act?
  • What tools does OSHA use to accomplish its mission of workplace safety?
  • What does an employer do if it wants to challenge a citation or penalty?
  • What type of reporting are employers required to do under OSHA?
  • What types of specific standards does OSHA set?
  • What does ERISA protect?
  • What does COBRA require employers to do?
  • FLSA sets the standards for:
  • The FLSA is administered by:
  • The two ways an employee can be covered under FLSA include:
  • Employees are protected by FLSA if their work regularly involves them in:
  • Under the FLSA, employees must be paid ______for time worked in excess of __ hours.
  • __ and __ tests determine who fits into the white collar professional exemption.
  • An employee must be at least ___ to work in non-farm jobs.
  • What is collective bargaining?
  • What is a yellow dog contract?
  • What are the four main federal labor laws?
  • What did the Norris La-Guardia Act do?
  • What did the NLRA do?
  • What is a bargaining unit?
  • What is a collective bargaining agreement?
  • Provide examples of mandatory subjects of bargaining:
  • What is a closed shop?
  • What is a right-to-work law?
  • What is a union shop?