All of the following are true about employee benefits

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35. All of the following are true about employee benefitsexceptA.some organizations pay the entire cost of benefits.B.offering benefits became a standard component of compensation during World War II.C.some employees demand benefits through union bargaining.D.the burden of providing employee benefits is easier for firms in the United Statescompared to organizations in other countries.E.organizations are required by law to offer certain benefits.
36. What is the likely impact of perquisites on the employees who receive them?
37. Why are flexible reward systems becoming an increasingly popular form ofcompensation systems?
38. Which of the following best describes a reward system that involves employees in itsdesign and administration?
39. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) recently upheld a decision regarding paysecrecy that states thatA.discussion of salaries is not a right protected under the National Labor Relations Act.B.employers cannot enforce a rule that forbids employees from discussing their salaries.C.state governments may not publicize the salaries of their employees.D.employers must keep all salary information secret.E.employers but not employees may openly discuss salary information.
40. An expatriate's compensation package could potentially consist of six components.Which of the following would not be one of the these components?

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Term
Fall
Professor
KimYoungsang
Tags
Management, Organizational studies and human resource management, Employment compensation

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