Bus 475 wk 9 quiz 9 - Question 1 When an employee believes...

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Question 1 When an employee believes their employer has done something that is wrong or harmful to the public, and he or she reports alleged organizational misconduct to the media, government, or high-level company officials, what has occurred? Selected Answer: Whistle-blowing. Correct Answer: Whistle-blowing. Question 2 According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, the highest injury rates are found in which of these industries? Selected Answer: Warehousing. Correct Answer: Warehousing. Question 3 Which law allows individuals who sue federal contractors for fraud to receive up to 30 percent of any amount recovered by the government? Selected Answer: U.S. False Claims Act (as amended in 1986). Correct Answer: U.S. False Claims Act (as amended in 1986). Question 4 During the 1930s, many workers in the United States joined unions, and the ranks of organized labor grew rapidly. This historical period was called: Selected Answer:
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The New Deal. Correct Answer: The New Deal. Question 5 Polygraph testing: Selected Answer: Has been replaced by written psychological tests. Correct Answer: Has been replaced by written psychological tests. Question 6 Which of the following is not true about employee theft? Selected Answer: Almost half of all employees have stolen from an employer at least once in his or her career. Correct Answer: Almost half of all employees have stolen from an employer at least once in his or her career.
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