The HR I.Q. Test.

  1. The maximum per-child civil monetary penalty for a violation of child-labor laws is:

    1. $5,000

    2. $10,513

    3. $15,138

    4. $25,380

  2. Which of the following is not one of the four leading causes of workplace deaths in the construction industry?

    1. Falls

    2. Electrocutions

    3. Being struck by objects

    4. Motor vehicle accidents

  3. A proposed Federal Trade Commission rule would make it unlawful for employers to require employees to:

    1. Participate in a retirement savings plan

    2. Use or lose accrued vacation leave

    3. Sign noncompete agreements

    4. Sign for their paychecks

  4. If employees go on strike, which of the following means they cannot be replaced:

    1. The strike is to protest an unfair labor practice

    2. The strike has been authorized by the NLRB

    3. Strikers agreed not to picket the workplace

    4. The union contract is less than one year old

  5. Which of these laws established the need to verify employees' identities and eligibility to work using the I-9 form?

    1. Immigration and Nationality Act

    2. Immigration Reform and Control Act

    3. Homeland Security Act

    4. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Act


  6. Department of Labor

  7. OSHA

  8. Federal Trade Commission

  9. National Labor Relations Board

  10. U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement

    Answers: 1. c 2. d 3. c 4. a 5. b

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