ETH 321 Week 5 Quiz 5

ETH 321 Week 5 Quiz 5

After reading and completing the activities for the week, complete the 8 question quiz. Submit your answers to each question on the Word document. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your document.

Quiz – Week 5


1. Environmental laws are under:


A.   exclusive federal jurisdiction.

B.    exclusive state jurisdiction.

C.    both federal and state jurisdiction.

D.   the jurisdiction of federal, state, and local governments.

E.    exclusive jurisdiction of local governments.


2. For control purposes, the Clean Air Act amendments divide air pollution into the categories of _____ sources.


A.   suburban and rural

B.    stationary and mobile

C.    commercial and residential

D.   urban and industrial

E.    organic and inorganic


3. Under Superfund, the costs for restoring land to its previous condition is called:


A.   reformation.

B.    remediation.

C.    rehabilitation.

D.   reconstruction.

E.    reclamation.


4. In 1991, Congress amended the Civil Rights Act to allow the recovery of compensatory and punitive damages per person to be up to:



A.   $100,000.

B.    $250,000.

C.    $300,000.

D.   $1 million.

E.    $400,000.


5. An employee must file charges of illegal discrimination with the EEOC within _____ days after the unlawful practice occurred.


A.   90

B.    120

C.    365


D.   180

E.    60


6. Making offensive remarks about looks, telling lewd jokes, or engaging in suggestive touching are all examples of:


A.   quid pro quo.

B.    hostile work environment.

C.    felony.

D.   prejudice.

E.    defamation.


7.  An employee is eligible to qualify for the Family and Medical Leave Act benefits if the employee has worked:


A.   1,040 hours during the previous 12 months.

B.    1,250 hours during the previous 12 months.

C.    1,950 hours during the previous 12 months.

D.   2,080 hours during the previous 12 months.

E.    3,000 hours during the previous 12 months.


8. The WARN notice is required of employers with:


A.   50 employees working within a 75-mile radius.

B.    100 or more full-time employees.

C.    150 employees, whether full- or part-time.

D.   less than half-time employees.

E.    more than 100 part-time employees.