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Alex is an employee of Bigg Corporation. Alex and Bigg. Alex only.

27. Alex is an employee of Bigg Corporation. To help pay for employees' loss of income on retirement, contributions are required by law to be paid by
a.
Alex and Bigg.
b.
Alex only.
c.
Bigg only.
d.
neither Alex nor Bigg.
____ 28. Ewa is a current employee of Financial Accounting, Inc. Gomer, a former Financial employee who is currently unemployed, collects unemployment compensation. This is provided by a tax on
a.
Ewa and Gomer only.
b.
Ewa, Financial, and Gomer.
c.
Financial only.
d.
none of these parties.
____ 29. Interstate Distribution, Inc. (IDI), provides its employees with an e-mail system. IDI notifies them that it will monitor their communications over the system. Some employees file a suit against IDI, claiming a violation of privacy. The court is most likely to hold that, with respect to communications over the e-mail system,
a.
the employees did not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
b.
the employer violated the employees' privacy rights.
c.
federal law prohibits the employer's "intentional interception."
d.
federal law prohibits the employees' privacy claim.
____ 30. Tedium Accounting Corporation, a private employer, handles bookkeeping for small employers. In most circumstances, with exceptions, federal law clearly prohibits Tedium from subjecting its employees to
a.
drug tests.
b.
electronic monitoring of business communications.
c.
genetic tests.
d.
lie-detector tests.
____ 31. Origami Paper Products Corporation meets all of the requirements to be subject to the federal employment discrimination laws. These laws restrict the ability of employers to discriminate against workers on the basis of
a.
experience.
b.
gender.
c.
intelligence.
d.
skill.
____ 32. Dakota believes that Credit Services Corporation (CSC) has discriminated against her on the basis of gender. She files a suit against CSC under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To establish a prima facie case of employment discrimination, Dakota must show that
a.
she is a member of a protected class.
b.
CSC has no legal defenses against the claim.
c.
discriminatory intent motivated CSC's act.
d.
no other firm in CSC's industry has committed a discriminatory act.
____ 33. Ruth is a supervisor for Subs & Suds, a restaurant. Tim is a Subs employee. The owner announces that some employees will be discharged. Ruth tells Tim that if he has sex with her, he can keep his job. This is
a.
harassment on the basis of sexual orientation.
b.
not harassment.
c.
quid pro quo harassment.
d.
same-gender harassment

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