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Question: The federal law known as Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to give unpaid leave ...

Show transcribed image text The federal law known as Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to give unpaid leave to employees who have: children a "serious medical condition" a duty to act reasonably at all times all of the above Employees who fit within the categories of administrative, executive, or professional employees are considered by Fair Labor Standards Act to be: exempt paid too much serial sexual harassers all of the above In general, the law of employment discrimination prohibits: discrimination retaliation harassment all of the above In the law of employment discrimination, "disparate impact" occurs when an employer has: a policy against age discrimination a policy against sexual harassment a policy that is neutral on its face but that operates to screen out certain groups all of the above The definition of "disability" includes: kleptomania sensory impairments such as deafness all contagious diseases none of the above One area where the civil rights laws do NOT protect everyone is the law prohibiting on the basis of: ender-only women are protected age-only age 40 and over are protected religion-only mainstream religions are protected none of the above In the law of labor relations, union elections arc called and overseen by: Food and Drug Administration the employer National Labor Relations Board none of the above

The federal law known as Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires employers to give unpaid leave to employees who have: children a "serious medical condition" a duty to act reasonably at all times all of the above Employees who fit within the categories of administrative, executive, or professional employees are considered by Fair Labor Standards Act to be: exempt paid too much serial sexual harassers all of the above In general, the law of employment discrimination prohibits: discrimination retaliation harassment all of the above In the law of employment discrimination, "disparate impact" occurs when an employer has: a policy against age discrimination a policy against sexual harassment a policy that is neutral on its face but that operates to screen out certain groups all of the above The definition of "disability" includes: kleptomania sensory impairments such as deafness all contagious diseases none of the above One area where the civil rights laws do NOT protect everyone is the law prohibiting on the basis of: ender-only women are protected age-only age 40 and over are protected religion-only mainstream religions are protected none of the above In the law of labor relations, union elections arc called and overseen by: Food and Drug Administration the employer National Labor Relations Board none of the above