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Quiz 10 :

Compensation: Benefits

Quiz 10 :

Compensation: Benefits

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Although the majority of the benefits employers offer are voluntary, many are regulated by federal and/or state authorities.
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Large employer status determines whether a business has to provide health insurance.
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By the early 1970s, the majority of employees felt they were entitled to receive benefits as part of the employment relationship.
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Around the turn of the twentieth century, some employers provided benefit packages as a pragmatic means of keeping employees from organizing unions.
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Employee benefits programs meet the needs of the employee; however, they are not viewed as meeting the needs of employers as well.
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The employer's unemployment insurance premiums are based on the number of unemployment claims filed against it.
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The FLMA grants employers the freedom to determine what constitutes a "serious health condition."
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Parental leave can be taken intermittently, as long as it is taken in the first year of the child's life.
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An employer with 40 full-time employees and 15 part-time employees (who only work 20 hours per week) is not classed as a large employer under the Act.
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A person could feasibly draw disability pay and unemployment compensation at the same time.
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USERRA does not protect the employment benefits of members of the National Guard, but it does protect the U.S.Army Reserve and U.S.Air Force Reserve.
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The most significant change affecting employers under the Affordable Care Act are the penalties for disclosure of employee medical information..
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ERISA and HIPAA are amendments to COBRA's provisions.
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Employers are authorized to require employees to substitute any accrued paid vacation or personal leave for leave requested under the FMLA.
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An employee is automatically eligible for unemployment compensation upon termination.
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Any FMLA leave used to care for seriously ill family members can be taken intermittently.
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Independent contractors are not employees and are, therefore, not entitled to benefits that are available to employees of a specific employer.
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The federal government is included as a covered employer under the FMLA, as well as state and local governments.
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The spouse and minor children of an employee are entitled to continued health coverage under COBRA in the event of the death of the employee.
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No statute or regulation is violated if an employer decides not to pay anyone unemployment compensation.
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