1- Fashion Industries, Inc. manufactures dresses which it sells throughout the United States and South America. Among its 5,000 employees were 165 youngsters aged 14 and 15 who worked full-time during the day and were paid at a rate less than the minimum wage. Which statement is true in accordance with the general rules of the Fair Labor Standards Act?
A. Fashion did not violate the law since both male and female youngsters were paid at the same rate and worked only on Saturdays.
B. Fashion violated the law by employing children under 16 years of age.
C. Fashion was exempt from regulation because fewer than 5% of its employees were children.
D. Fashion was exempt from regulation if more than 10% of its sales were in direct competition with foreign goods.
2- An employer having an experience-based unemployment tax rate of 3.2% in a state having a standard unemployment tax rate of 5.4% may take a credit against a 6.2% federal unemployment tax rate of
3- Which of the following statements about the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is most likely to be false?
A. The NEPA allows the federal government to bring suit against any private person who violates NEPA’s provisions.
B. Under the NEPA, federal agencies do not have to give environmental considerations priority over other concerns in their decision-making processes.
C. The NEPA augments the power of existing agencies with respect to considering environmental consequences of proposed actions.
D. The NEPA requires federal agencies to consider environmental consequences in their decision-making process.
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