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Management - Chapter 4 Quiz Quiz Submissions - Quiz2-Chapter4 Angela Sturkie (username: angela.sturkie1) Attempt 1 Written: Mar 17, 2018 6:28 PM - Mar 17, 2018 8:12 PM Submission View Your quiz has been submitted successfully. 1 1 / 1 point The ____ determined that companies can be prosecuted and punished for the illegal or unethical actions of employees even if management didn't know about the unethical behavior. Question options: A) U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines B) U.S. Supreme Court C) U.S. Department of Labor D) U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission E) Federal Trade Commission If a catalog retailer promised customers it would not sell their personal information (addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, etc.) to another direct marketing company, and it did, the catalog retailer would be found guilty of invasion of privacy. Its sentence would be determined by ____. Question options: A) the Internet Compliancy Act B) specific Supreme Court rulings C) the Federal Trade Act D) the Cellar-Kefauver Act of 1995
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Management - Chapter 4 Quiz E) the U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines View Feedback 3 1 / 1 point The U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines impose smaller fines on companies that ____. Question options: A) have never before violated ethics principles B) have already established a specific type of compliance program C) have already established an affirmative action program D) were unaware of the unethical behavior of employees E) are not concerned with the ethical behavior of employees View Feedback 4 1 / 1 point According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines, what is one method used to determine the level of the offense (i.e., the seriousness of the problem)? Question options: A) examining the personal codes of ethics of top managers of offending companies B) examining the loss incurred by the victims C) determining how much competitive advantage was created D) looking at industry standards
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Management - Chapter 4 Quiz E) doing all of these View Feedback 5 1 / 1 point What does it mean when the text says that the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines use a "carrot and stick" approach? Question options: A) The method of punishment is similar to Halloween "trick or treat" practices. B) The Guidelines reward quick-responding reactive organizations. C) The Guidelines offer lower fines to companies that take proactive steps. D) The Guidelines ask companies not to emphasize just one area of ethical behavior. E) none of these View Feedback 6 1 / 1 point Ethical intensity depends on all of the following EXCEPT ____. Question options: A) temporal immediacy B) probability of effect C) proximity of effect D) social commitment E) concentration of effect
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Management - Chapter 4 Quiz Ethical intensity depends in part upon ____. Question options: A) magnitude of dilemma B) social acceptance C) intent of the manager D) probability of synergy E) temporal immediacy View Feedback 8 1 / 1 point IAG (Individualized Apparel Group) formally closed its H. Freeman factory in Philadelphia in May. Jim
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