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Conduct at work

Quiz by Sameera Ali Baba

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  • Q1

    A code of conduct is the most common policy within an organization.

    true
    false
    True or False
    30s
  • Q2

    A company’s code of conduct is a policy that outlines principles and standards that only a few employees and third parties acting on behalf of the company must follow.

    false
    true
    True or False
    30s
  • Q3

    On top of ethical reasons, there are legal reasons for implementing a code of conduct as well.

    true
    false
    True or False
    30s
  • Q4

    There are several areas that a company needs to cover in its code of conduct. The primary areas a code of conduct usually address include:

    All of them

    Company values

    Dress code

    Employee behaviors

    30s
  • Q5

    During working hours, employees can only use technology such as mobile phones, social media, or the Internet for personal use when they are on a break. When employees post company content on their social media channels, they need to disclose that they are posting in their personal capacity and not on behalf of the company. The opinions they express should always respect the company. When an employee has a concern or comment about the company, they should raise it with their manager or human resource consultant instead of posting it online. This is an example of:

    Dress Code

    Use of technology

    Use of Facilities 

    Use of Property 

    30s
  • Q6

    At our company, we consider it essential to give credit when it is due. Employees shall take credit for their own original work only. When employees use other sources of information, they must use appropriate citations to give credit.  this is an example of:

    Identity 

    Use of Social Media 

    Dress Code

    Plagiarism

    30s
  • Q7

    Our company's dress code is mostly informal. The company allows employees to wear jeans, t-shirts, leggings, and sweatshirts that are not see-through. Employees need to avoid wearing clothing with swear words, crude statements, and references to illegal substances. Employees must avoid ripped or torn clothing.

    If an employee prefers wearing business casual attire, we encourage them to do so. When an investor or client visits the company's offices, managers will inform the employees beforehand of changes in the dress code. In these instances, we expect employees to wear business casual attire, which includes suit pants, formal skirts and dresses, button-down shirts, blouses, and closed-toe shoes. is an example of:

    Attending a Meeting Requirements 

    Company Networking Policy 

    Dress Code

    Attendance Policy 

    30s
  • Q8

    Employees can take a 30-minute paid lunch break during each shift. Employees can extend their lunch break to an hour, but they need to clock out for the second half an hour. Employees working a shift of longer than eight hours may take two 15-minute breaks. Employees must take one of these 15-minute breaks a few hours before their lunch break, and they should take the other in the hours after their lunch break. this is an example of 

    Employee Eating Policy 

    Employee Leave Policy 

    Employee Attendance Policy 

    Employee Break Policy 

    30s
  • Q9

    Verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of an employee directed toward another employee that, based on its severity, nature, and frequency of occurrence, a reasonable person would determine is intended to cause intimidation, humiliation, or unwarranted distress. is called: 

    Abusive conduct

    Threat conduct 

    Code of conduct

    Stupid conduct 

    30s
  • Q10

    Two managers go for a visit to a customer’s site. As they approach the door, one of them grabs the doorknob and goes in first, leaving the other one behind. He leaves the door in hurry and it closes in the other person's face without giving her time to react. this is an example of:

    Outside Workplace Etiquette

    Bad Workplace Etiquette

    Good Workplace Etiquette

    Elegant Workplace Etiquette

    30s
  • Q11

    “Please” and “Thank You” are important words that must be used often.

    true
    false
    True or False
    30s
  • Q12

    Problem employees aren’t just irritating, they can also be financially draining for a business.

    true
    false
    True or False
    30s

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