Categorical Comperatives: Ethical Dilemmas

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Register to read the introduction… Answer Selected Answer: Ethical preferences originate from an individual’s own critical consciousness. Correct Answer: Ethical preferences originate from an individual’s own critical consciousness. Question 5

4 out of 4 points Correct Which of the following statements is INCORRECT regarding the rights of shareholders? I. voting power on major issues and ownership in a portion of the company II. right to transfer ownership and dividend entitlement III. hire and fire management and select and appoint a chief executive Answer Selected Answer: III only Correct Answer: III only Question 6

4 out of 4 points Correct Exceptions to the rule of employment-at-will include which of the following? I. organization of unions II. passage of Sarbanes Oxley Act III. raising of public policy issues IV. promise of implied-contract or
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4 out of 4 points Correct There are several types of company surveillance employees are legally subjected to, EXCEPT: Answer Selected Answer: Wiretapping of private cell phones Correct Answer: Wiretapping of private cell phones Question 13

4 out of 4 points Correct According to the American Management Association, more than what percentage of employers require psychological tests? Answer Selected Answer: 40% Correct Answer: 40% Question 14

4 out of 4 points Correct Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) explicitly limits the ability of employers to use “medical examinations and inquiries” as a condition of employment and provides for all of the following EXCEPT: Answer Selected Answer: a prohibition against the use of a medical examination after a job offer has been made if the results are kept confidential. Correct Answer: a prohibition against the use of a medical examination after a job offer has been made if the results are kept

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