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BUS 309 Chapter 8 Quiz

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1. Which of these is a valid reason for not hiring a potential employee?

2. Of the four types of discharge, firing

3. Tests are designed to measure the applicants’ skills in verbal, quantitative, and

4. Groups of 18th century skilled artisans formed secret societies for two basic reasons. Which of the following is one of those reasons?

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BUS 309 Chapter 9 Quiz

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1. Businesses cite several reasons for using polygraphs to detect lying. Which of the following is one of those reasons?

2. The proper approach to promote safety is to change the “hidden culture” to

3. One of the three chief sources for dissatisfaction in the workplace is

4. The Hawthorne effect shows that

5. A fact about job satisfaction is

6. Which statement has the proper perspective about drug testing?

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BUS 309 quiz 1 (1)

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1. Sound arguments:

2. In a scenario in which an employee believes his actions at work won't make a difference, we see the effects of:

3. Which of the following is a reason someone might want to reject ethical relativism?

4. Which of the following make the effects of diffusion of responsibility more likely to occur?

5. Our relationship with the law and morality is best described by which of the following?

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BUS 309 Quiz 1 Ch 1

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1.Philosophical discussion of moral issues typically involves

2. Choose the statement that gives the most accurate description of etiquette:

3. When religion and morality are considered,

4. When ethical relativism is put into practice, it implies that

5. The following is a logical fact.

6. Which of the following is an accurate statement?

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BUS 309 Quiz 1

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1. The following is a logical fact.

2. Ethical relativism supports the theory that

3. The divine command theory implies that

4. Good moral judgments should be logical and

5. Morality and self-interest

6. Our relationship with the law is best described by which of the following?

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BUS 309 Quiz 2 Chapter 2

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1. Supererogatory actions are

2. Kant believed that we should always act

3. For those who are trying to make moral decisions,

4. Which of the following represents a utilitarian belief?

5. A key idea of Immanuel Kant's ethical theory is that:

6. Utilitarianism is appealing as a standard for moral decision making in business. Which of the following provides a reason for this?

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BUS 309 Quiz 2

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1. Kant believed that moral rules can, in principle, be known from

2. Kant held that a moral law must have

3. Which theories of ethics contend that right and wrong are determined by more than the likely consequences of an action?

4. W.D. Ross believed that all (or most) of our obligations are

5. Someone who holds that everyone should let self-interest guide their actions is a

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Bus 309 quiz 3 (1)

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1. The veil of ignorance assures us that people in the "original position" will be:

2. The difference principle of Rawls's theory states:

3. Which of the following statements about justice is NOT true?

4. Which of the following statements about libertarianism is NOT true?

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BUS 309 Quiz 3 (2)

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1. From John Stuart Mill’s viewpoint,

2. Mill justified utilitarianism from rival perspectives when he argued

3. The veil of ignorance assures us that people in the original position will be

4. The difference principle of Rawls states

5. The first principle of Nozick’s entitlement theory concerns the original acquisition of

6. According to Locke,

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BUS 309 Quiz 3 (3)

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1. According to John Rawls, people in "the original position" choose the principles of justice on the basis of

2. The veil of ignorance proposes that

3. In association with labor and capital, Mill had contrasting views of

4. The difference principle of Rawls states

5. Eminent domain is the ancient right of government to take what from an individual?

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BUS 309 Quiz 3

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Question 1

According to libertarianism,

Question 2

Rawls rejects utilitarianism because

Question 3

The veil of ignorance assures us that people in the original position will be

Question 4

In association with labor and capital, Mill had contrasting views of

Question 5

Aristotle's formal principle of justice states,

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BUS 309 Quiz 4 Ch.4 and Ch.5

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1. How many Americans believe that “if you work hard enough, you'll make it?”

2. Which statement accurately describes capitalism?

3. According to one survey of cultural values

4. Evidence for the idea that American manufacturing is declining is

5. Marxism states

6. Rather than strong work ethic, a common attitude is:

7. Which of the following historical stages of capitalism came first?

8. A basic premise of Adam Smith's invisible hand argument is

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BUS 309 Quiz 4

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1. Many economists are concerned that the growing trade deficit makes the U.S. vulnerable to

2. A basic premise of Adam Smith's invisible hand argument is

3. Evidence for the idea that American manufacturing is declining is

4. A basic tenet of capitalism is that

5. Which statement accurately describes capitalism?

6. Some critics of capitalism believe that it rests on a flawed view of human beings because

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BUS 309 Quiz 5 (1)

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1. The case of FTC v. Standard Education was important in the legal transition

2. People generally speak of two kinds of warranties. What are these two kinds of warranties?

3. The terms “best, finest, and most” are examples of

4. Caveat emptor means

5. Which of the following is an example of price gouging?

6. The goal of advertising is

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BUS 309 Quiz 5 Chapter 6

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1. The case of FTC v. Standard Education was important in the legal transition

2. Advertising

3. Critics of advertising generally agree that

4. The case of MacPherson v. Buick Motor Car in 1916 changed product liability law. As a result of it, the courts

5. The consumer’s main source of product information is

6. Which of the following is an example of price gouging?

7. According to the legal doctrine of strict product liability,

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BUS 309 Quiz 5

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1. The case of FTC v. Standard Education was important in the legal transition

2. People generally speak of two kinds of warranties. What are these two kinds of warranties?

3. The terms “best, finest, and most” are examples of

4. Caveat emptor means

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BUS 309 Quiz 6

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1. One truth about factory farms is

2. Animal manure

3. According to Holmes Rolston III,

4. Concerning future generations,

5. William F. Baxter addresses environmental ethics by noting

6. Some environmental regulations (like forbidding the burning of coal in cities) benefit each and every one of us because the air we all breather is cleaner. If an individual ignores the regulation and burns coal, while others obey the regulation, then he or she

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BUS 309 Quiz 7 (1)

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1. Tests are designed to measure the applicants’ skills in verbal, quantitative, and

2. Fair personnel policies and decisions must be based on criteria that are clear, job related, and

3. Which of these is a valid reason for not hiring a potential employee?

4. According to common law, to legally dismiss an employee, an employer

5. Groups of 18th century skilled artisans formed secret societies for two basic reasons. Which of the following is one of those reasons?

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BUS 309 Quiz 7

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1. In union terms, a direct strike occurs

2. According to David Ewing,

3. The Wagner Act of 1935

4. Tests are designed to measure the applicants’ skills in verbal, quantitative, and

5. Austin Fagothey and Milton Gonsalves believe a direct strike is justified

6. The hiring process needs to include screening, testing, and

7. The key moral ideal in promotions is

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BUS 309 Quiz 8 (1)

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1. Which statement has the proper perspective about drug testing?

2. Many major employers routinely monitor the performance of their employees through the computers and telephones they use. Employers are allowed to

3. The Hawthorne effect shows that

4. The proper approach to promote safety is to change the “hidden culture” to

5. Forty-three thousand workers each year are

6. Businesses cite several reasons for using polygraphs to detect lying. Which of the following is one of those reasons?

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BUS 309 Quiz 8

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Corporate in-fighting,” “management power struggles,” “maneuvering and politics and power grabbing,” and “Machiavellian intrigues” are all phrases H. Ross Perot uses to describe

The right to privacy of employees

The most accurate statement about workplace safety is:

The most common reason that people leave their jobs is

Douglas McGregor rejects Theory X, which holds that

An early 1970s government study ("Work in America") identified three chief sources of worker dissatisfaction. Which of the following is one of those sources?

Forty-three thousand workers each year are

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1. Which act provides sweeping new legal protection for employees who report possible securities fraud, making it unlawful for companies to “discharge, demote, suspend, threaten, harass, or in any other manner discriminate against” them?

2. A whistle-blower

3. Conflicts of interest may exist when employees have financial investments

4. Some writers deny that employees have any obligation of loyalty to the company, because

5. Whistle-blowing involves exposing activities that are

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BUS 309 Quiz 9

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1. A "trade secret"

2. Whistle-blowers are only human beings, not saints, and they sometimes have their own

3. Whistle-blowing involves exposing activities that are

4. Insider trading is

5. In determining the morality of giving and receiving gifts in a business situation, which of the following factors is MOST relevant?

6. U.S. companies have a history of paying off foreign officials for business favors. Such acts were declared illegal by

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Bus 309 Quiz 10 (1)

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1. Affirmative action, comparable worth, and sexual harassment are connected to

2. Many Americans oppose what issue because they fear it will lead to illegal quotas, preferential treatment of African Americans and women, and even reverse discrimination against white men?

3. Advocates of "comparable worth"

4. Opponents of comparable worth insist which one of these ideas support their position?

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BUS 309 Quiz 10

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1. In 1987, the Supreme Court affirmed, in the case of Johnson v. Transportation Agency, that

2. Advocates of "comparable worth"

3. There are two legal types of sexual harassment:

4. Male managers frequently assume that women

5. Today most large corporations not only accept the necessity of affirmative action but also find that _______________ benefits when they make themselves more diverse?

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BUS 309 Quiz 2

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1. Kant believed that moral rules can, in principle, be known from

2. Kant held that a moral law must have

3. Which theories of ethics contend that right and wrong are determined by more than the likely consequences of an action?

4. W.D. Ross believed that all (or most) of our obligations are

5. Someone who holds that everyone should let self-interest guide their actions is a

6. The view that the utilitarian standard should be applied to moral codes as a whole is

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BUS 309 Quiz 3

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1. In association with labor and capital, Mill had contrasting views of

2. The Supreme Court gave decision making power for Eminent domain to the

3. Who is more likely to be sympathetic with the idea of reducing the disparities of income in society?

4. In Nozick’s example of Wilt Chamberlain, he argues that other theories of economic justice inevitably fail to respect people’s

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BUS 309 Quiz 4

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Question 1

How many Americans believe that “if you work hard enough, you'll make it?”

Question 2

One of the key features of capitalism is

Question 3

Which statement accurately describes capitalism?

Question 4

The concept of the "invisible hand" means

Question 5

An assessment of work in America is

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BUS 309 Week 1 Quiz

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Consider the following argument:

All dogs are canines.

Fido is a dog.

Therefore, Fido is a canine

Which of the following is true of this argument?

2. All the following are true of all arguments EXCEPT:

3. Which of the following best describes the paradox of hedonism?

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BUS 309 Week 2 Quiz (2)

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1. If you adopt ethical egoism as your moral code, then:

2. The statement that best defines rights is:

3. Which of the following statements about business egoism is false?

4. What do all utilitarians consider when determining which action to take or rule to put in place?

5. Which of the following statements is unique to Kant's theory of nonconsequentialism?

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BUS 309 Week 3 Quiz (8)

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1. Kant held that a moral law must have

2. Which theories of ethics contend that right and wrong are determined by more than the likely consequences of an action?

3. According to V. R. Ruggiero, how many concerns are common to most ethical systems?

4. Kant held that humanity should always be treated as

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BUS 309 Week 3 Quiz

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1. According to Rawls, no person can be said to deserve his or her natural characteristics, and therefore:

2. A person who believes that achieving desirable outcomes is more important than ensuring that each step in the process is equally fair would be considered a:

3. The difference principle of Rawls's theory states:

4. If libertarianism is true, which of these statements is true?

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BUS 309 Week 4 Assignment 1 Not All Companies Are Viewed as Equal

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Assignment 1: Not All Companies Are Viewed as Equal

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In the land of free trade the public does not view all industries as equal. Do you believe that is ethical? Do you believe that some industries are unfairly targeted? Should it be consumers’ choice to partake in products that are not healthy for them, or do those companies have an ethical obligation to protect people? In this assignment you will choose one (1) industry to write about. Possible industries to research could be tobacco, soda, alcohol, casinos, or candy companies, just to name a few.

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BUS 309 week 5 quiz 4

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1. The biggest five refiners in the United States control

2. The United States owes the rest of the world

3. Subsidies for farmers and tariffs on steel, sugar, and ethanol are examples of

4. Karl Marx held that capitalists make profits through

5. Capital is

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BUS 309 Week 5 Quiz

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1. In a ___________, the business is formed by an agreement entered into by its first members.

2. Economist Milton Friedman believed as long as a business meets minimal requirements of morality, it is free to single-mindedly pursue profit. Which of the following is Friedman a proponent of?

3. If a company has ___________, that means the members are financially accountable for the debts of the organization.

4. A company that is vertically integrated:

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bus 309 Week 7 Quiz

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1. ____________ role-plays provide more details about the situation and the characters.

2. Listening to a lecture, attention begins to decline after _____ to _____ minutes and begins to _____ near the end.

3. Which of the retention processes does a well-done lecture have the most impact on?

4. The main advantage a lecture has over printed text and video is the

5. _____ questions require no specific response.

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BUS 309 Week 8 Assignment 2 Case Study 9.5 Swedish Daddies

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Assignment 2: Case Study 9.5: Swedish Daddies

Due Week 8 and worth 275 points

Read Case 9.5: Swedish Daddies, located here or on page 351 of your textbook.Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you answer the following questions:

1. Describe the balance that you currently seek between career and family life. Do you believe that the mindset of corporate America is conducive to the type of work and family arrangement that would suit you? Explain the major reasons why or why not.

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BUS 309 Week 8 Assignment 2 Workplace Ethics

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Assignment 2: Case Study 9.5: Swedish Daddies

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Read Case 9.5: Swedish Daddies, located here or on page 351 of your textbook.Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you answer the following questions:

1. Describe the balance that you currently seek between career and family life. Do you believe that the mindset of corporate America is conducive to the type of work and family arrangement that would suit you? Explain the major reasons why or why not.

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BUS 309 Week 8 Quiz 7

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1. When did the U.S. Supreme Court ratify the common law principle that an employer may dismiss their employees at will?

2. An employees’ poor performance could result in

3. Which type of interview requires employees to engage in role play in a mock office scenario?

4. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that a state cannot deny unemployment benefits to employees who are fired for refusing to work on

5. How many Americans have contracts that have contractual provisions contrary to employment at will?

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BUS 309 Week 9 Quiz 9 (2)

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1. _____ means directing, inspiring, and motivating individuals to achieve organizational goals.

2. Psychologist Douglas McGregor theorized that management attitudes toward workers fall into two opposing categories, which he labeled:

3. A _____ organization creates flexibility as it brings together specialists from different areas of the company to work temporarily on individual projects.

4. _____ leaders hoard decision-making power for themselves and typically issue orders without consulting their followers.

5. SWOT is the acronym for:

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BUS 309 Week 10 Part 1 Quiz 9

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1. How many countries have passed legislation implementing the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention?

2. What is the primary source of an organization’s right to expect employees to act on its behalf?

3. The voluntary release of non-public information is

4. The FCPA was passed in

5. Nondisclosure contracts can conflict with

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BUS 309 Week 11 Final Exam Part 2

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One of the three chief sources for dissatisfaction in the workplace is

“Corporate in-fighting,” “management power struggles,” “maneuvering and politics and power grabbing,” and “Machiavellian intrigues” are all phrases H. Ross Perot uses to describe

Privacy

Which statement has the proper perspective about drug testing?

The right to privacy of employees

Forty-three thousand workers each year are

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The Best way to predict the Future is to create it.....To Best way....

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