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Question 36 1 / 1 pts Muriel is the owner of a garment factory in New York City. Ten months back she hired 20 employees to work in his factory, but due to the economic downturn she decided to let go of the new hires in order to save her business. All 20 employees were fired and no explanation was provided. This action is perfectly legal and covered by the doctrine of: Correct!    employment-at-will.    implied contract.    good faith and fair dealing.    necessity.   Question 37 1 / 1 pts Steven is the Executive Director at a telecom company in Texas. He regularly misappropriated company funds that belonged to the employee benefit plan and several clients. Robert, his corporate secretary was aware of his superior’s illegal activities. He brought this to the attention of law enforcing agencies. What is Robert’s role in the above scenario? Correct!    Whistleblower    Spokesperson    Outworker    Gatekeeper   Question 38 0 / 1 pts Robert is a respected member of the Santa Clara community and works with a local architectural firm. He was selected by the court to perform jury duty on a case. The case went on for several days and caused Robert to miss work for the entire duration. Upon his return, he discovered that his team member had
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replaced him and his services were abruptly terminated. In this scenario Robert can challenge his termination under:    the U.S. Constitution.    the National Labor Relation Act. You Answered    Title VII.
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