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When whistleblowing occurs in a company, management should most likely

When whistleblowing occurs in a company, management should most likely:

A) use an informal investigation process.

B) discharge the employee to prevent further problems.

C) take immediate action if the allegations are verified.

D) guarantee whistleblowing employees lifetime employment.

74) Moonlighting is best defined as:

A) holding a second job outside normal working hours.

B) disclosing an employer's illegal practices.

C) applying for a job with a competitor.

D) working to acquire overtime pay.

75) Which of the following questions is LEAST relevant to determining how to handle a moonlighting employee?

A) Has moonlighting affected the employee's job performance?

B) Is the employee using company assets for the second job?

C) How much compensation does the second employer pay?

D) Is the second employer a competitor of the firm?

76) Which of the following is a true statement about office romances?

A) Most workers disapprove of office dating.

B) Only a small percentage of firms have no-dating policies.

C) Over half of all employees report having had an office romance.

D) The majority of companies have a formal written policy about office dating.

Additional Case 14.1

You are the HR director at Catalina Manufacturing. The firm is considering random drug testing for employees at its California, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas facilities. Management believes that the assembly of high explosive devices and a recent rash of drug-related accidents make drug testing imperative.

 

77) Refer to Additional Case 14.1. You should most likely advise management that initiating random drug testing in California is:

A) strongly supported by the court system.

B) not permitted under any circumstances.

C) only allowed if the employer is a government contractor.

D) not permitted unless the employer has a compelling interest.

78) Refer to Additional Case 14.1. Generally speaking, random drug testing in Catalina's various facilities will most likely be:

A) permitted by Supreme Court rulings.

B) guided by the court rulings of each state.

C) meeting EEOC guidelines of disparate treatment.

D) challenged in court due to employee privacy rights guaranteed by the Constitution.

79) Refer to Additional Case 14.1. To receive maximum support from employees, Catalina's HR department should most likely communicate the need for drug testing as a:

A) management right.

B) way to improve productivity.

C) safety measure for all employees.

D) tool for lowering health insurance costs.

80) Refer to Additional Case 14.1. Which of the following is the most appropriate alternative to random drug testing at Catalina?

A) Initiating an EAP

B) Conducting additional safety training

C) Using computer-based performance tests

D) Requiring honesty tests during recruiting and screening

81) Refer to Additional Case 14.1. Which of the following questions is LEAST relevant to implementing a random drug-testing policy at Catalina?

A) How can managers make comparisons of drug test results?

B) How should employees with positive drug test results be treated?

C) How will managers maintain security over urine samples?

D) How can employees legally using prescription drugs be protected?

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