Where do ethical preferences originate?
Ethical preferences originate from an individual’s own critical consciousness.
Ethical preferences originate from the legislature who makes the laws.
Ethical preferences originate from the Judges who decide the laws.
Ethical preferences originate from the Governor or President.
Kant’s deontological theory posits that moral behavior requires holding to certain principles without exception, he outlines this principle by means of developing:
rights and responsibility codes
bill of rights
What was the title of the 90 minute documentary at the heart of the case of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission?
“Hillary, The Movie”
“United in Speech”
Considering ethical decision making by U.S. businesses, the law is attempting to balance two important values, one is Freedom, and the other is:
It is understood that no business can solve all of society’s problems or bear the cost of doing so, under Corporate Social Responsibility principles, each company should select issues that intersect with its particular business to tackle; of the issues, which one describe issues that are “significantly affected by the company’s activities in the ordinary course of business”?
Generic social issues
Value chain social issues
Direct effect social issues
Social dimensions of competitive context
The Constitution does not always protect free-speech rights for what public employees say on the job. Which of the following is true?
When a citizen enters government service, the citizen need not accept certain limitations on his or her freedom.
Public employees may speak out on matters of public concern and have First Amendment protection but not when they speak out in the course of their official duties.
As public employees speak out and receive First Amendment protection, there is an acceptable chilling of the speech of all potential whistleblowers.
None of the above
What case following Pickering made it more difficult for public employees to successfully argue that their free speech rights have been violated?
McAuliffe v. Mayor of New Bedford
Garcetti v. Ceballos
Connick v. Myers
Roe v. Wade
What is the BEST definition of “flexicurity” which has been used by European nations to invest in human capital?
Paying more to displaced workers until they return to work.
Requiring worker training while workers are unemployed.
Promoting job saving measures which only allow terminations during labor market crisis.
Coupling unemployment benefits with retraining and transitional assistance to allow workers to adapt to labor market restructuring.
To determine whether a public employee receives First Amendment protection from speech (and therefore cannot be fired for it), the Supreme Court has stated that all of the following are important except:
The employer must have a justification for treating the employee differently than it would treat a member of the general public.
The speech cannot be about political topics.
The speech must be about something of great public concern.
The speech cannot be made as part of the employment (such as an internal memorandum).
The Sarbanes Oxley Act was passed in response to:
I. concerns that investors received full and complete information about potential corporate fraud
II. a lack of investor confidence
III. corporate scandals like Enron
IV. discrimination against an employee when providing information she reasonably believes constitutes a violation of federal security laws
I and II
I, II, III, IV
As Facebook and other social media sites grow in users and popularity
There has been wide agreement that the expectation of privacy in those sites is nonexistent.
The sites have gotten more and more protective of their user’s information.
Many user’s have been unhappy with the privacy policies of the sites.
The sites have eliminated privacy policies as they were the source of too many lawsuits.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated is the _________ Amendment of the U.S. Constitution?