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The number of complaints filed with the EEOC in recent years has

The number of complaints filed with the EEOC in recent years has:

A) declined sharply since 1990.

B) shifted towards reverse discrimination cases.

C) fluctuated with the state of the economy.

D) increased since 1990.

102) If a complaint is filed with the EEOC, and the EEOC finds no probable cause of a violation of the law, then the EEOC will most likely:

A) initiate the conciliation process.

B) notify the complainant who may still file a lawsuit.

C) initiate litigation anyway.

D) refer the case to the OFCCP for appeal.

103) Which of the following is NOT a principal EEOC regulation?

A) Executive Order 11246 interpretations

B) Sex discrimination guidelines

C) EEO in the federal government

D) Equal Pay Act interpretations

104) The OFCCP's jurisdiction over discrimination issues is:

A) limited to the federal government and its contractors.

B) as broad as the jurisdiction of the EEOC.

C) limited to cases referred to it by the EEOC.

D) tied to affirmative action programs.

105) Unlike the EEOC, the OFCCP:

A) must wait for complaints to be filed before it can act.

B) has no enforcement power.

C) monitors compliance with its regulations.

D) was created by Title VII legislation.

106) The establishment of an affirmation action plan has three steps. The first is to:

A) establish goals and timetables for compliance.

B) investigate the claim of discrimination.

C) develop action plans to meet federal guidelines.

D) conduct a utilization analysis.

107) In a utilization analysis, you do NOT need to determine the percentage of protected-class members in which of the following groups of people?

A) Local population

B) Participants in employer-sponsored training programs

C) Local labor force

D) Unqualified workers in the local labor market

108) Reverse discrimination involves discrimination against:

A) nonprotected class members.

B) disabled individuals

C) protected class members

D) women.

109) Which legislation would most likely protect an individual from reverse discrimination?

A) Civil Rights Act of 1991

B) Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973

C) Fair Labor Standards Act

D) Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

110) Which of the following best describes affirmative action in countries other than the United States?

A) Affirmative action is virtually non-existent outside of the United States.

B) France is one of the few countries that has an affirmative action policy to include all disadvantaged groups.

C) A number of countries have created affirmative action programs that are designed to meet the needs of their respective populations.

D) Affirmative action laws are common in Western Europe, but very uncommon in eastern and south-eastern countries.

111) A utilization analysis looks at which of the following criteria?

A) The national population

B) Qualified workers in the local labor pool

C) The number of potential employees in public schools in the area

D) The number of federal contractors in the labor pool area

 

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