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Unit 3.3- Benefits and Compensation

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  • Q1
    The unequal treatment of individuals based on sex, age, race, nationality, or religion is called:
  • Q2
    When the employer intentionally discriminates against an individual or a group of individuals belonging to one of the protected classes is called:
    Disparate Treatment
  • Q3
    An exception in employment law that permits sex, age, religion, and the like to be used when making employment decisions.
    Bona Fide Occupational Qualification (BFOQ)
  • Q4
    unintentional discrimination is called:
    Disparate Impact
  • Q5
    Employers have a defense against a charge of disparate impact, which is known as:
    Business Necessity
  • Q6
    It occurs when one worker demands sexual favors from another worker in exchange for some employment-related decision, such as a raise or a promotion.
    quid pro quo harassment
  • Q7
    It occurs when a pattern of severe and pervasive sexually demeaning behavior has altered the workplace, making it a distressing, humiliating, or hostile place.
    hostile working environment
  • Q8
    Any "physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major is called:
  • Q9
    A group of persons protected by specific laws because of the group's defining characteristics, including race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, and disability.
    protected class
  • Q10
    It is defined as employment of minors under the age of 16 in any of the jobs covered by the act and the employment of minors under 18 in jobs declared especially dangerous by the Secretary of Labor.
    Oppressive child labor
  • Q11
    They control the work that children are permitted to do.
    Child labor laws
  • Q12
    It is a document that allows a minor below a certain age to work.
    work permit
  • Q13
    requires an organization with 50 or more employees to make health insurance available to employees or pay an assessment and gives employees the right to buy health insurance from another provider if an organization's health insurance is too expensive.
    Affordable Care Act of 2010
  • Q14
    It is the year-end summary of payroll data for each full-time employee
    Form 1095-C
  • Q15
    you must file forms 1095-C with the IRS every year along with a summary 1094-C.
    To comply with the Affordable Care Act (ACA)

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