BUS 309 Week 9 Quiz 8 Chapter 9


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BUS 309 Week 9 Quiz Chapter 9

  1. Our concern for privacy has ____ dimensions.
  2. The strength of a privacy right depends on
  3. Enterprise Rent-A-Car lays down ____ dress-code guidelines for women.
  4. Wellness programs are
  5. Compulsion comes in
  6. Informed consent implies deliberation and ____ _____.
  7. For consent to be legitimate, it must be
  8. Polygraph tests record changes in
  9. The use of polygraphs is argued to allow business to abolish the use of
  10. Lynn March holds that polygraphs are accurate
  11. David T. Lykken holds that polygraphs have, at most, been measured as being accurate
  12. Polygraphs infringe on
  13. Christopher Pyle holds that polygraphs infringe on
  14. The Employee Polygraph Protection Act was passed in
  15. How many of the Fortune 100 companies use the Myers-Brigg Type Indicator?
  16. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act was passed in
  17. How many large corporations test their employees or job applicants for illegal substances?
  18. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, about how many workers are killed on the job in any given year?
  19. According to the director of OSHA, about how many workers are killed on the job each day in the United States?
  20. Voluntary assumption or risk presupposes
  21. The right to refuse dangerous work is a
  22. The Occupational Health and Safety Act was passed in
  23. Critics say that OSHA has moved from being a
  24. A study showed that OHSA declined to prosecute in what percentage of cases of “willful” safety violations?
  25. Do you believe that privacy is important? If so, why? Can it be traded off against other things of importance? Given your answers to these questions, do you think that employee monitoring is ethically permissible?
  26. Do you believe that there is a right to receive day care? If so, why? If not, why not? Do you think that it is fair to withhold daycare, knowing that this is likely to penalize women more than it does men? Justify your answer.
  27. Do you think that different management styles would have different moral implications? Do you think that an adherent of any given ethical theory would prefer one form of management over another? What does your answer here tell you about your views concerning the underlying presuppositions (e.g., their view of human nature) that are made by the proponents of both ethical theories and schools of management?
  28. Do you believe that an employee who accedes to an employer’s request ever does so fully freely? Discuss your answer and justify it, basing it upon your understanding of freedom and its limits.
  29. Which type of management style would Rawls be most likely to endorse?
  30. Do you believe that it would be unethical for an employee to try to “cheat” a polygraph test or a personality test? If so, why? If not, why not? What would (a) Mill say here, (b) Kant say here?