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Workplace 2020 (4 of 5)

Karen Burton

Workplace Module - SHRM 2020 Learning System

1Nonexempt Employees _____Time allowed for the public to express its views and concerns regarding an action of an administrative agency.
2Occupational Illness _____U.S. act that amended the Age Discrimination in Employment Act to include all employee benefits; also provided standards that an employee’s waiver of the right to sue for age discrimination must meet in order to be upheld by a court.
3Occupational Injury _____Required for nonexempt workers under U.S. Fair Labor Standards Act at 1.5 times the regular rate of pay for hours over 40 in a workweek.
4Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act _____Type of sexual harassment that occurs when an employee is forced to choose between givng in to a superior’s sexual demands and forfeiting an economic benefit such as a pay increase, a promotion, or continued employment.
5Offshoring _____Extent to which underlying operations such as IT, finance, or HR integrate across locations.
6Older Workers Benefit Protection Act (OWBPA) _____Employees covered under U. S. Fair Labor Standards Act regulations, including minimum wage and overtime pay requirements.
7Onshoring _____U.S. act that defines what is included as hours worked and is therefore compensable and a factor in calculating overtime.
8Outsourcing _____Process by which an organization contracts with third-party vendors to provide selected services/activities, instead of hiring new employees.
9Overtime Pay _____Relocation of business processes or production to a lower-cost location inside the same country as the business.
10Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) _____Modifying job application process, work environment, or circumstances under which job is performed to enable a qualified individual with a disability to be considered for the job and perform its essential functions.
11Phillips v. Martin Marietta Corporation _____People who are covered under a particular federal or state antidiscrimination law.
12Portal-to-Portal Act _____Situation in which an agent (e.g., an employee) makes decisions for a principal (e.g., an employer) potentially on the basis of personal incentives that may not be aligned with the principal’s incentives.
13Pregnancy Discrimination Act _____Medical condition or disorder, other than one resulting from an occupational injury, caused by exposure to environmental factors associated with employment.
14Principal-Agency Problem _____Method by which an organization relocates its processes or production to an international location through subsidiaries or third-party affiliates.
15Process Alignment _____U.S. act that prohibits discrimination on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions.
16Protected Class _____Injury that results from a work-related accident or exposure involving a single incident in the work environment.
17Prudent Person Rule _____2010 U.S. law that requires virtually all citizens and legal residents to have minimum health coverage and requires employers with more than 50 full-time employees to provide health coverage that meets minimum benefit specifications or pay a penalty.
18Public Comment Period _____Rule or order issued by an administrative agency of government, which usually has the force of law.
19Quid Pro Quo Harassment _____U.S. act that established the first national policy for safety and health and continues to deliver standards that employers must meet to guarantee the health and safety of their employees.
20Reasonable Accommodation _____1971 U.S. case that stated that an employer may not, in the absence of business necessity, refuse to hire women with preschool-aged children while hiring men with such children.
21Redeployment _____Process by which employees returning from international assignments reintegrate into their home country's culture, conditions and employment.
22Regulation _____States that a fiduciary of a plan covered by the U.S. Employee Retirement Income Security Act has legal and financial obligations not to take more risks when investing employee benefit program funds than a reasonably knowledgeable, prudent investor would under similar circumstances.
23Repatriation _____Process by which an organization moves an employee out of an international assignment; can involve moving back to the home country, moving to a different global location, or moving to a new location or position in the current host country.

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