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Denielle has recently taken FMLA leave from Vanderbilt Inc to take care of her ailing child When she returns to her job what responsibilities

 Denielle has recently taken FMLA leave from Vanderbilt, Inc. to take care of her ailing child. When she returns to her job, what responsibilities will the company have toward Denielle?

A) Vanderbilt must take the duration of Denielle's FMLA leave into account when determining length of service schedules for promotion purposes.

B) Denielle will not be entitled to any cost-of-living pay increases for the time she spends on FMLA leave.

C) Denielle is entitled to a job equivalent to her previous job when she returns from FMLA leave.

D) Vanderbilt must hold Denielle's position so that she will be able to fill it when she returns from her FMLA leave.

 

44) When an employee applies for family or medical leave, an employer:

A) may deny it to employees with less than one year of service.

B) does not have to guarantee the employee the same/similar job upon returning to work.

C) does not have to maintain health insurance coverage for the employee.

D) cannot hire replacement workers while the employee is on leave.

45) According to surveys, which of the following is true about FMLA?

A) Leave causes significant staffing problems for small employers.

B) Leave is primarily taken to care for sick family members.

C) Nearly 50% of eligible workers take leave each year.

D) Leave is primarily taken for overseas adoptions.

 

46) ________ of large and medium-sized private businesses in the United States offer health insurance to their employees, and ________ of small firms offer health insurance.

A) 84% / 50%

B) 64% / 76%

C) 74% / 60%

D) 55% / 40%

 

47) Mark lost his job at a large manufacturing company during downsizing. Which of the following ensures that Mark may continue his health insurance coverage?

A) Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act

B) Social Security Act

C) Family and Medical Leave Act

D) Workers' Compensation Act

 

48) The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act does which of the following?

A) Prevents employees from taking benefits from one company to another when they change jobs

B) Allows employees to continue health insurance coverage after their employment has ended

C) Requires employers to contain health-care costs through regular auditing practices

D) Provides comprehensive medical services for employees through Medicare

49) Which country had the highest health-care costs per capita as of 2008?

A) Canada

B) Germany

C) Great Britain

D) United States

 

50) Once an employee leaves an employer, that employee:

A) loses all health insurance coverage.

B) is immediately eligible for health insurance under Social Security.

C) may pay for and keep their health insurance for 18-36 months.

D) gains coverage under COBRA or ERISA, depending on their age.

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