HRM MCQs

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Tests for Independent Contractor vs Employee status are determined by






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Which of the following is not a test using to determine Independent Contractor vs Employee Status?






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Which of the following is an employer obligation to an Independent Contractor?






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Which of the following should you not do if you wish to maintain Independent Contractor status?






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An employer’s obligations to an employee as determined by Common Law include...






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An individual who is hired for a specific period or task is automatically considered an independent contractor under the law.




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An independent contractor is entitled to the same rights and remedies as employees under Ontario’s employment standards legislation.




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As long as the contract clearly establishes that the parties intend their relationship to be one of independent contractor and principal, courts and t...




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As long as an employment contract is in writing, only two elements are needed to form a binding agreement — offer and acceptance.




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An agreement to vary from legislated hours of work requirements requires the approval of the Director of Employment Standards if the weekly hours will...






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Joe earns $12 per hour. Under Ontario’s overtime provisions, his overtime premium pay would be...






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To qualify for a paid public holiday in Ontario, employees must...






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Statutory parental leave for the biological mother is...






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Where a valid "averaging hours" agreement is in place, an employee who works 48 hours in one week and 40 hours in the next is entitled to receive over...






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Under Ontario’s ESA, an employee is entitled to receive three weeks’ vacation time after...






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Which one of the following days is not one of the nine public holidays set out in Ontario’s ESA?






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Under the ESA, all provincially regulated employers must now provide their employees with paid time off on the third Monday in February.




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Unionized employees are not covered by Ontario’s ESA.




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Employees in Ontario can be required to work hours in excess of the statutory maximum hours of work for rush orders that their employer was unprepared...




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Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) generally requires a single health and safety representative where...






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An employer can only lower an employee’s regular wage to avoid paying overtime premium pay if it has the employee’s written agreement.




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An employer must provide a written report of a critical injury or fatality to the Ministry of Labour within...






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The right to stop work that exists under Ontario’s OHSA may be initiated by...






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Under Ontario’s OHSA, a workplace with 35 workers...






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Loss of earnings benefits under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 (WSIA) are...






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The workplace safety and insurance system is funded by...






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The health and safety provisions under Canada’s Criminal Code apply to...






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Ontario’s health and safety legislation applies to all workplaces in Ontario, regardless of their size or industry.




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Ontario’s OHSA permits an employee to refuse work but only when he or she has reasonable grounds for believing that the work is unsafe.




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Where a joint health and safety committee is required by law, which of the following is responsible for establishing it?