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Quiz: Chapter 2 and 3 Due Apr 2 at 12:59am Points 20 Questions 20 Time Limit 60 Minutes Allowed Attempts Unlimited Attempt History Attempt Time Score KEPT Attempt 2 28 minutes 20 out of 20 LATEST Attempt 2 28 minutes 20 out of 20 Attempt 1 54 minutes 14 out of 20 Correct answers will be available on Apr 2 at 1am. Score for this attempt: 20 out of 20 Submitted Mar 31 at 11:15pm This attempt took 28 minutes. Take the Quiz Again 1 / 1 pts Question 1 Nike and Gap Inc. are both known to have had ethics issues. They have used which of the following to curb future ethics infractions? Hire public relations firms to deal with infractions. Employ ethics committees to audit factories. Leave the countries where infractions were discovered. Reduce the cost of products in countries where they are made. 1 / 1 pts Question 2
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When organizations consider how to manage their employees, three axioms are given to establish a foundation. Which of the following are not one of the axioms? Using the wrong practice, or the right practice poorly, will cause more harm than good. There is no one best way to manage employees. Employees will act in the best interest of the company No two companies are the same. 1 / 1 pts Question 3 Google is known to have many benefits for their employees. Some of these benefits include on sight doctors, wellness centers, and various other distractions. Google does this because it helps retain their employees.
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