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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. To calculate overtime
  2. Do training and travel time count as work time?
  3. How are compensation practices changing?
  4. Meeting the market
  5. Fair Labor Standard Act
  1. a •Calculate hourly rate
    •Multiply hourly rate by 1.5, this is overtime rate
    •Multiple overtime rate by hours of overtime worked
    •Add this overtime pay to normal weekly pay
  2. b Yes
  3. c Establishes a minimum wage
    •Child labor rules
    •Overtime rules
  4. d Paying on average with similar companies in the market, balances employer cost pressures and the need to attract employees
  5. e Companies are moving away from traditional compensation towards total compensation involving pay for performance

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Pays for what the actual job is worth to the company
  2. Higher than average pay, attracts better workers
  3. Benefit
  4. Time off with pay given to the employee instead of overtime pay
  5. Rewards employees for what they are capable of doing, instead of what they actually do on the job

5 True/False questions

  1. National Labor Relations ActAllows workers to talk to each other about their pay

          

  2. How much is the overtime rate?1.5 times the normal pay rate for all hours over 40/week an employee works

          

  3. What do the Walsh-Healy Public Contracts Act and the McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act stipulate?Require overtime payment and prevailing wage for any employee hours worked over eight hours in one day; applies only to federal contracts, not the private sector

          

  4. Three types of quartile strategies companies use to determine thier pay levelBenefit

          

  5. Common overtime issuesTime off with pay given to the employee instead of overtime pay