BUL_3130_Final_Exam_(1) - 1. The Employee Polygraph Act (of...

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1. The Employee Polygraph Act (of 1988) represents what to you, if you are an employee, or an employer: (multiple answers) a. Prohibits most, not all, but most private employers from using polygraph tests b. Federal and State Governments are not covered by the act, thus it is inapplicable to them c. Can be used to determine guilt of an offense that took place by an employee in the workplace 2. The National Labor Relations Act of 1935, (NLRA) presents you with a historical event in labor-management relations which created: a. The tone in modern history for how management would rule the working class in society b. The opportunity and the right for labor to unionize, strike and engage in collective bargaining with management c. The right for labor to possess an advantage over management when labor and management would negotiate benefits, costs of living increases and other blue collar benefits 3. An individual who works on a (real property) home and provides services or material to repair or improve it has which legal tool available to assure they are paid: a. Repairmen’s charge b. Mechanic’s lien c. Principal’s lawsuit d. Caveat emptor 4. A corporation can file for protection from creditors demands and make payment to creditors under a plan of payment approved by the court, and same is known as a Chapter a. 11 b. 12 c. 13 d. 18 5. As you climb the corporate ladder to ultimate success, you at times will be guided by inserting into a contract, a clause stipulating/stating that in certain unforeseen events –
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war, political upheavals, acts of God, etc. that one party to a contract can be excused from performance without liability for such failure to perform and such clause is known as: a. Caveat emptor b. Excusio bellimisio c. Force majeure d. Force de impacto unforseeno e. Caliente 6. The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) applies to virtually all private employers within the scope of the act, except for Federal, State and Local Government employers. a. True b. False 7. Your first amendment rights to free speech can be curtailed as the US Supreme Court has stated, and in order to curtail your rights the Court will examine the time, place, and manner of your speech in order to determine if the curtailment (limitation on) was legal. a. True b. False 8. A partially disclosed agent is permitted to disclose the fact that s/he is an agent, although cannot disclose who is the principal of the agent. a. True b. False 9. Cooling Off Laws apply to: a. Every type of consumer transaction b. Apply to prepackaged door to door sales of any product c. Created by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and some state statutes permitting a consumer to cancel within three days any purchase made from a door to door sale d. Only covered by state statutes, not the FTC which allows a consumer to cancel a door to door sale within three days of the purchase date, nothing more, nothing less Professor
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10. What is the regulation that applies to an installment sales contract in which payment is to
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BUL_3130_Final_Exam_(1) - 1. The Employee Polygraph Act (of...

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