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How well do you know worker rights? Take the employment law poster quiz

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6. USERRA prohibits employers from discriminating against past and present members of the:

  1. Uniformed Services
  2. United States
  3. United Services
  4. U.S. Postal Service

7. Which of the following is not listed on the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” poster?

  1. Transgender status
  2. Race
  3. Color
  4. Sex

8. True or False: The Family and Medical Leave Act definitions of “serious injury or illness” for current servicemembers are the same as the FMLA definition of “serious health condition.”

  1. True
  2. False

Answers:

  1. d. July 24, 2009 (found on the FLSA poster)
  2. b. $1,100 (FLSA poster)
  3. d. Lie-detector test (Employee Polygraph Protection Act poster)
  4. a. True (OSHA poster)
  5. c. 30 days (OSHA poster)
  6. a. Uniformed Services (Your Rights Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act poster)
  7. a. Transgender status (EEO is the Law poster)
  8. b. False (FMLA poster)

Employment law posters are filled with details, and it can be easy to overlook the important information they share. Being familiar with their content can help a corporate leader answer questions from employees regarding these rights and also act as a reminder of the many compliance requirements these laws contain.

Terri Dougherty is an associate editor for J.J. Keller & Associates. She is the author of products on topics ranging from drug-free workplace to employment law posting requirements.

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