5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Hostile Enviroment
- Protected Classes
- Business Necessity
- a Groups that employment law protects
- b Employer's defense where actions were meant to advance the business rather than to create unjustified discrimination
- c A job requirement may be illegal although it appears on its face to be neutral towards a protected class.
- d Interference with an employee's ability to work due to unwelcome comments, gestures, or touching of sexual nature at work
- e The law that protects workers over 40 is the Equal Pay Act of 1963.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Which law prohibits discrimination based on race, religion, sex, or national origin?
- All the people who work for an employer that has been charged with employment discrimination
- Protected classes refers to members of groups that are illegal to discriminate against.
- Which of the following would NOT fit into a protected class? Pregnant Female, 60 year old white male, buddhist monk
- Sexual Harrassment takes two forms, they are:
5 True/False Questions
True → 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).
Affrimative Action Plan → Court order requiring hiring of members of a protected class to remedy past discrimination
No → Are employers allowed to ask questions on an interview that require disclosure of race, religion, sex, national origin, handicap or pregnancy
True → Employers may disriminate against protected classes if it is justified by business necessity.
Sexual Harrassment → Which type of illegal discrimination is most often concerned with one person?