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Employment-at-will is a pervasive law, originally designed to equalize employer/employee power. Explain the concept and the limitations of its use.

57) Random drug testing:

A) has been ruled unconstitutional.

B) has largely been stopped by employee groups.

C) is required by law for professions where safety is critical.

D) is required by federal law for all employers with more than 15 employees.

58) In 1990, a California Supreme Court ruling:

A) set the groundwork for universal random drug testing in safety-sensitive jobs.

B) struck down all random drug testing even for safety-sensitive jobs.

C) accepted the argument that drug testing was not a violation of the right of privacy.

D) required employers to show a compelling interest to use random drug testing.

59) Surveys of workers on the issue of random drug testing show that:

A) drug testing significantly reduces worksite crime.

B) tests have no impact on reducing workplace violence.

C) most employees accept random drug testing when it's related to safety.

D) more nonunion workers accept random drug testing than union workers.

60) A 1991 Federal Railroad Administration report showed that approximately________ of workers involved in railroad accidents tested positive for drugs.

A) 3%

B) 9%

C) 12%

D) 21%

61) All of the following are advantages of performance testing EXCEPT:

A) low costs.

B) reliable results.

C) government sponsored.

D) less invasive on employee privacy.

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