Health Law & Ethics Exam 4 Study Guide

Exam 4 Study Guide Ch. 20-22
What is disparate treatment in the workplace? Is it ever lawfully allowed?
The ADA requires reasonable accommodations for employees with disabilities. What is
What is the collateral source rule?
How does a contract impact the ability for the employer to terminate an employee?
How does collective bargaining impact the ability for an employer to terminate an employee?
How did the Taft-Hartley Act impact labor practices?
What is the NLRB? … and the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA)?
What are some of the myths about unions? What is the role of the EEOC? Do unions only exist
for blue collar collective bargaining?
What are the major provisions of the ADA? Are both physical and mental disabilities addressed
as a provision in the law?
What led to the development of the National PR actioner Data Bank? What is the doctrine of
joint and several liabilities?
Can binding-arbitration result in the loss of a trial? What are structured settlements?
Can incomplete or vague termination policies open up facilities to possible liability claims for
wrongful termination?
Is termination of an employee on the basis of handicap, age, race, creed, color, religion, sex,
national origin, pregnancy, filing of safety violation complaints with various agencies, or union
membership a violation of the law?
What is at-will employment? What is the Fair Labor Standards Act?
What are the types of sexual harassment? Which is most common sexual harassment in the
What is a hostile work environment?
What is the Age Discrimination in Employment Act? Which entities are covered by the Act?
What are the age parameters to bring a claim under this rule?
What is the doctrine of joint and several liabilities?
What is the Equal Pay Act? (Please do not confuse this with Lilly Ledbetter Act of 2009).
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