Final Exam

This quiz consist of 30 multiple choice questions. The first 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 14. The second 15 questions cover the material in Chapter 15. Be sure you are in the correct Chapter when you take the quiz.
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  • Question 1

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Juanita was told that on her first overseas assignment she would be getting a foreign service premium. That probably means she will be there at least how long?
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  • Question 2

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An international assignment is considered long-term when it lasts at least how long?
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  • Question 3

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Since he started at American Eyeful Pictures, Inc., David has worked in Japan, China, and Thailand. The company has probably set his base pay using which method?
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  • Question 4

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About how many countries are deemed as hardship locations by the U.S. State Department?
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  • Question 5

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Tuition reimbursement and day care assistance fall under this category.
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  • Question 6

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International employees are categorized into one of these three titles.
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  • Question 7

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What does the term repatriation refer to?
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  • Question 8

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Which base-pay method works best for expatriates who move from one foreign assignment to another and rarely, if ever, work in their home countries?
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  • Question 9

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Your company is sending Sheila on a six-month assignment to Sweden, so you should probably use which method to determine her base pay?
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  • Question 10

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Renata Marie has been given a mobility premium as a reward for moving from one assignment to another. In what form did she receive this premium?
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  • Question 11

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What law mandates that management bargain in good faith with labor unions over terms of employment such as wages?
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  • Question 12

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These represent additional paid time off for employees working in hardship locations.
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  • Question 13

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Which of the following is considered an enhanced benefit for expatriates?
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  • Question 14

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Josh works at a U.S. construction company as a civil engineer. He has been working overseas for the last three years. The hypothetical tax calculated by his company turned out to be less than his actual income tax. In this situation
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  • Question 15

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If the local index for Tel Aviv, Israel is 146, what does that mean?
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  • Question 16

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Which of the following countries has the lowest per capita GDP?
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  • Question 17

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In Germany, an employee can request up to how many year(s) of child-rearing leave?
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  • Question 18

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Nora has been working at a manufacturing plant in Mexico for the last 18 months. Which of the following is NOT true regarding her paid time off benefits?
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  • Question 19

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India’s labor force has over how many people based on 2010 estimates?
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  • Question 20

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Claudia works for a pharmaceutical company in Germany as a blue-collar worker. She used to opt out of the state insurance plan and to purchase a private insurance. This year due to increasing health insurance premiums, she decided to get the state insurance plan. Which of the following is true regarding her state health insurance?
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  • Question 21

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Canada can best be defined as which of the following?
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  • Question 22

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In Canada, the amount of vacation pay is equal to what percentage of the employee’s pay for the preceding year per week of vacation?
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  • Question 23

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Indian per capita expenditure on health care in 2006 was what amount at the international dollar rate?
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  • Question 24

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At least how many days of maternity leave are women entitled to in China?
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  • Question 25

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Which one of the following is NOT a characteristic of NAFTA?
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  • Question 26

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In which country do companies incur the highest hourly cost for employing a manufacturing worker?
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  • Question 27

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In China, per capita expenditure on health was what amount at the international dollar rate in 2006?
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  • Question 28

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What percentage of their gross earnings do Brazilian employees put towards social insurance?
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  • Question 29

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Chris has been working in Vancouver, Canada at an accounting firm for the last 10 years. Which of the following should not be true regarding his paid time off benefits?
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  • Question 30

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An employee should receive regular pay during illness for a period of how many weeks in Germany?
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