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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:
- Uniformed Services
- United States
- United Services
- U.S. Postal Service
7. Which of the following is not listed on the “Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law” poster?
- Transgender status
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.”
- d. July 24, 2009 (found on the FLSA poster)
- b. $1,100 (FLSA poster)
- d. Lie-detector test (Employee Polygraph Protection Act poster)
- a. True (OSHA poster)
- c. 30 days (OSHA poster)
- a. Uniformed Services (Your Rights Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act poster)
- a. Transgender status (EEO is the Law poster)
- 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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