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1 MGT422 Test Bank – MCQ 01-11 Abu Nuran CHAPTEshowing page 15-16 out of 20

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14.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) consists of which four kinds of responsibilities:
a) Economic, ethical, societal, and altruistic
b) Economic, legal, ethical, and altruistic
c) Fiscal, legal, societal, and philanthropic
d) Economic, legal, ethical, and philanthropic
Ans: d
15.
Interface Carpets, a stellar example of sustainability in action, lists seven fronts of
Mou
nt Sustainability. Which is NOT one of the firm’s goals to meet its total
sustainability status?
a.
Redesigning commerce
b.
Sensitizing stakeholders
c.
Using renewable energy
d.
Ensuring benign emissions
e.
Eliminating waste
f.
None of the above
Ans.: f
16.
Which of the items
listed is NOT a product of a “favorable corporate reputation.”
a.
Charge more for its products and services
b.
Attract, Hire and keep higher quality applicants/employees
c.
Enhance their access to better capital markets
d.
Attract investors
e.
Ignore the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
Ans.: e
17.
Typical Codes of Conduct cover conduct described below. In the aftermath of Bhopal,
the chemical industry wishing to demonstrate responsible corporate citizenship has
added which additional behaviors set out below.
a.
Legal compliance
b.
Continuous improvement, communication with external stakeholders and training of
suppliers on the standards
c.
Community awareness and emergency response
d.
Pollution prevention
e.
Safe distribution of chemicals in transit
f.
Employee health and safety
g.
Safe handling of chemicals from manufacture through disposal
Ans.: b
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31.
The idea that consumers have the right to safety, right to be heard, right to choose, and
right to be informed came from ____________ in ________.
a) Theodore Roosevelt; 1930.
b) The Food and Drug Act; 1906.
c) John F. Kennedy; 1962.
d) George W. Bush; 2004.
Ans: c
32.
In this example of a
conflict of interest
, ________ conducted a series of off-the-books
partnerships that were used to hide the organization’s debt and inflate its stock pri
ce.
The partnerships were managed by the company’s executives who stood to profit the
most from the transactions.
a) Merrill Lynch
b) Enron
c) Citicorp
d) Adelphia
Ans: b
33.
In a classic example of failing to protect its employees, ___________ knew asbestos
caused cancer as early as 1930.
However, the company lied to its employees and used
several tactics to cover-
up the product’s effects.
a) Johnson & Johnson
b) A.H. Robbins
c) Manville Corporation
d) McWane, Inc.
Ans: c
34.
In this classic example of a company treating its employees responsibly, ____________
was the first company to offer company-paid vacations, stock ownership plans,
employee suggestion program, and the guaranteed employment plan.
This company
has not laid off employees in the United States since 1948.
a) McWane, Inc.
b) Lincoln Electric
c) Scott Paper Company
d) Manville Corporation
Ans: b
35.
In a 2002 poll, _________ ranked last on the “who do you trust scale.”
a) Lawyers
b) Politicians
c) Chief executive officers
d) Accountants
Ans: c

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