5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Unequal Treatment
- Applicant Pool
- Protected Classes
- Neutral On Its Face
- a Those qualified for the job
- b Groups that employment law protects
- c Has the authority to investigate and settle complaints of a job discrimination and to prosecute suspected offenders
- d Employer treats members of a protected cless less favorably than other employees
- e Label for a workplace policy that does not seem on the surface to discriminate against any protected class
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Court order requiring hiring of members of a protected class to remedy past discrimination
- If a member of a protected class proves disparate treatment, the employer will NOT be liable if it can show the defense of seniority or BFOQ (Bona Fide Ocupational Qualification).
- A job requirement may be illegal although it appears on its face to be neutral towards a protected class.
- Which law prohibits discrimination based on race, religion, sex, or national origin?
- System that rewards employees for length of employment rather than merit
5 True/False Questions
True → Are employers allowed to ask questions on an interview that require disclosure of race, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or pregnancy
Sexual Harrassment → Employer treats members of a protected cless less favorably than other employees
Quid Pro Quo → Exchange of sexual favors for better work status
True → The law that protects workers over 40 is the Equal Pay Act of 1963.
False → Employers may disriminate against protected classes if it is justified by business necessity.