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Compare and contrast the purpose and scope of the Federal Incecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act with the provisions of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

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1. Compare and contrast the purpose and scope of the Federal Incecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act with the provisions of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

2. The Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 repealed the Delaney Amendment; what new provisions of law replaced or substituted for this amendment?

3. Considering the impact of OSHA, should it be considered environmental law? Justify your position.

4. On what substances does the Toxic Substance Control Act focus? Are these substances otherwise subject to regulation? Justify the apparent multiple control efforts. Are they unique to these substances?

List the statutes/laws enforced by the EEOC.

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List the statutes/laws enforced by the EEOC.
2. T__ F__ Zenith Corporation has a published workplace policy that reads: Promotions to the level of supervisor and higher are limited to individuals with at least a bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university. This is a facially neutral policy.

10. T__ F__ Blakely refuses to hire Beth, suspecting her to be an undocumented alien. Beth presented documentation of her right to work, but Blakely has encountered forged documents from members of Beth s ethnic group before and assumes that Beth s documents are also forgeries. IRCA protects Blakely against liability for wrongful discrimination in this type of case.

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14. Under Executive Order 11246, a workforce analysis
a. must be performed by every employer in an industry affecting commerce and having 50 or more employees.
b. must be performed by federal contractors having a contract of $50,000 or more, and 50 or more employees.
c. must be performed by any employer engaging in court ordered affirmative action.
d. is prohibited by Title VII under the theory that knowledge of the percentage of certain groups in the workforce will prompt unconscious discrimination.

18. In O Connor v. Consolidated Coin Caterers, the U.S. Supreme Court held that
a. a plaintiff is not precluded from stating a claim for age discrimination if the person receiving the workplace benefit that had been sought by the plaintiff was given to a younger individual, even if the younger individual is over 40 years of age.
b. a plaintiff is precluded from stating a claim for age discrimination if the person receiving the workplace benefit is older than the plaintiff.
c. claims of disparate impact discrimination are not recognized under the ADEA.
d. an act that violates ERISA will, as a matter of law, violate the ADEA.

22. An employer s duties under IRCA include:
a. verification of the authenticity of documents presented, by applicants, for verification of the right to work in the U.S.
b. the initiation of deportation of illegal aliens who apply for employment.
c. inquiry into the citizenship or residence status of all job applicants, and refraining from hiring undocumented workers.
d. assisting undocumented alien applicants in obtaining the proper authorizations to work in the U.S.

Think of a law, current or proposed, that is intended to make people better off by preventing them from engaging in voluntary behavior that may harm them. Does the law achieve its goal? What unintended consequences may result from enacting or enforcing the law? Are people actually made better off by the law? Are there other, less restrictive ways to achieve the proposed goal?

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Think of a law, current or proposed, that is intended to make people better off by preventing them from engaging in voluntary behavior that may harm them. Does the law achieve its goal? What unintended consequences may result from enacting or enforcing the law? Are people actually made better off by the law? Are there other, less restrictive ways to achieve the proposed goal?


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Evaluate the role of organizational power structures (within a business organization) in creating conflict.

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Question 1)

Evaluate the role of organizational power structures (within a business organization) in creating conflict.

Question 2)
Compare and contrast the following alternative methods of dispute resolution: negotiation, mediation and arbitration. What are their similarities and what are their differences? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each of these methods?