The U.S. Constitution protects private sector employees through provisions for equal protection and due process. True False

The U.S. Constitution protects private sector employees through provisions for equal protection and due process. True False

Question 11 pts
The U.S. Constitution protects private sector employees through provisions for equal protection and due process.
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False
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Question 21 pts
Federal employment law does NOT protect against discrimination based on:
Sexual orientation
Religion
Age
Mental illness
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Question 31 pts
An employer has a duty to indemnify, or compensate an employee for any losses suffered as a result of authorized legal acts that the employee performs under the employment agreement.
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False
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Question 41 pts
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1986
only protects men and women over age 65 against discrimination because of their age in hiring or promotion.

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False
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Question 51 pts
Under Title IV of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
the Catholic Church is required to ordain women for the priesthood.

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False
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Question 61 pts
Mariel hires Andrew as manager of her store and tells him she will hire all the other employees. Andrew hires Dan, whom he feels is exceptionally qualified. Which of the following best describes the situation?
Mariel is liable to Dan.


 


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