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3. During a job interview with Venetia, Jack, a promising candidate, reveals that he and his wife are expecting twins. Venetia asks him if he is planning to take a leave once the babies are born. When Jack admits that he would like to take a month off work, he can see her face fall. She ultimately decides not to hire him because of the twins. Which of the following statements are true?
(a) Venetia has violated the FMLA.
(b) Venetia has violated COBRA.
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) None of the above
4. Which of the following statements is true:
(a) In about half the states, employees have the right to bring guns into their workplace.
(b) In about half the states, employees have the right to bring guns into their workplace parking lot.
(c) Both (a) and (b) are true.
(d) None of the above is true.
5. A whistleblower is
(a) Always protected by the law.
(b) Never protected by the law.
(c) Always protected when filing suit under the False Claims Act.
(d) Always protected if she is an employee of the federal government.
(e) Always protected if she works for a private company.
6. An unemployed CPA generally would receive unemployment compensation benefits if the CPA:
(a) Was fired as a result of the employer’s business reversals.
(b) Refused to accept a job as an accountant while receiving extended benefits.
(c) Was fired for embezzling from a client.
(d) Left work voluntarily without good cause.