What should a female employee do if she encounters sexual harassment?
|She must decide if she likes the attention.|
|She should try to document it by keeping a record of what has occurred, who was involved, and when it happened.|
|Keep it to herself and never tell a soul.|
|Go on a talk show and tell her story.|
To answer the question of who determines what is objectionable or offensive in sexual harassment, the courts use what kind of hypothetical person?
One message that sexual harassment conveys is that managers view women as
Affirmative action, comparable worth, and sexual harassment are connected to
When investigators sent equally qualified young white and black men—all of them articulate and conventionally dressed—to apply for entry-level jobs in Chicago and Washington, D.C., the results clearly showed
|sexual discrimination against young African-American men.|
|racial discrimination against young African-American men.|
|sexual discrimination against young white men.|
|racial discrimination against young white men.|
Which of the following is an example of sexual harassment?
|Unwelcome sexual offers a female employer gives to a male employee.|
|A female employee hugging a co-worker when he announces his engagement.|
|A manager enforcing a dress code for a work environment.|
|An employee pinning up comic strips in an office cubicle.|
Of these four arguments, which of the following is the most plausible argument AGAINST affirmative action?
|Compensatory justice forbids affirmative action.|
|Blacks and whites are already equal in socioeconomic terms.|
|Affirmative action violates the rights of white men to equal treatment.|
|Affirmative action is the same thing as fixed numerical quotas.|
What do affirmative action programs involve?
|Firms should prepare an oral equal-employment policy and an affirmative action commitment.|
|Firms should appoint an administrative assistant to direct and implement their program and to publicize their policy and affirmative action commitment.|
|Firms are expected to survey current female and minority employment by department and job classification.|
|Whenever underrepresentation of females or minorities is evident, firms are to try a little harder.|
Over the last two decades, how many sexual-harassment claims have emerged?
|over 12,000 annually.|
|over 25,000 annually.|
|over 15,000 annually.|
|over 50,000 annually.|
Which of the following statements is accurate?
|Men cannot be victims of sexual harassment.|
|The Supreme Court has established a hard and fast line between permissible and impermissible affirmative action plans.|
|The law treats sexual harassment as a form of sexual discrimination.|
|Differences in levels and types of education explain why, on the average, men earn more than women.|
According to Shaw and Barry, companies clearly have what kind of obligation to provide a work environment in which employees are free from sexual harassment?
The 1984 Supreme Court decision in Memphis Firefighters v. Stotts
|treated sexual harassment as a form of discrimination.|
|upheld seniority over affirmative action.|
|upheld the legality of hiring quotas.|
|upheld the legality of mandatory drug testing.|
Sexual comments that one woman appreciates might distress another women. Who decides when such behavior is inappropriate?
|The person to whom the comments are directed.|
|The person accused of harassment.|
|The hypothetical “reasonable person.”|
|The common law as modified by legislation.|
What quality is more important in predicting who gets fired than job-performance ratings or even prior disciplinary history?
Advocates of “comparable worth”
|say that all women do their job just as well as men.|
|base their doctrine on the free-market determination of wages.|
|believe it is necessary for getting rid of sexual harassment.|
|want women to be paid as much as men for jobs involving equivalent skill, effort, and responsibility.|