Labor law test

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Task 1.
Question 1. The payment of unemployment benefits is terminated at the same time removing from registration as unemployed if:
1. The recognition of a citizen engaged
2. vocational training, further training or retraining in the direction of the employment services in the payment of scholarships
3. The long-term (more than one month) absence of the unemployed in the employment services without good reason
4. move to another area of \u200b\u200bthe unemployed
5. In all the above cases,
Question 2. Unemployment is charged with citizens
1. from the date of treatment in employment agencies
2. The first day of recognition of their unemployed
3. no later than 10 days from the date of acceptance of the unemployed
4. not later than 11 days from the date of acceptance of the unemployed
5. not later than 15 days from the date of acceptance of the unemployed
Question 3. Activities of citizens related to the satisfaction of personal and social needs, not contradict the legislation of the Russian Federation and bringing, as a rule, they are earnings, labor income - is
1. Entrepreneurship
2. employment
3. Unemployment
4. Employment
5. All of the above
Question 4. Citizens, who are duly denied recognition of the unemployed are eligible for re-treatment in the employment services by ... ..
1. six months from the date of failure to address the issue of recognition of the unemployed
2. Fifteen days after the failure to address the issue of recognition of the unemployed
3. one month after the failure to address the issue of recognition of the unemployed
4. Three months from the date of failure to address the issue of recognition of the unemployed
5. one year from the date of failure to address the issue of recognition of the unemployed
Question 5: In what year was the Law of the Russian Federation "On employment in the Russian Federation"?
1. 2000
2. 2003
3. 1991
4. 1992
5. 1993

Task 2.
1. In accordance with the employment contract, the employer is obliged to
1. provide the employee work on a given employment function,
2. ensure that the working conditions stipulated by the labor legislation, collective agreements, contracts, local normative acts containing norms of labor law,
3. timely and in full pay the employee wages
4. provide the employee with all of the above
5. does not bear any responsibility
Question 2. As a general rule, an employment contract may be with persons under the age of
1. fourteen
2. fifteen years
3. sixteen
4. seventeen
5. eighteen
Question 3. When entering into an employment contract, the employer may require a person arriving for work presentation
1. passport or other identity document
2. The work book
3. insurance certificate of state pension insurance
4. All of the above documents
5. any documents that the employer considers necessary
Question 4. If the employee has started to work with the consent or at the request of the employer or his representative, employment contract, does not duly executed
1. are not considered to be concluded
2. considered concluded
3. considered concluded only after the issuance of the order of enrollment employee
4. considered concluded only after a written form of contract terms
5. considered to be concluded when the performance requirements specified in para. 3 and 4, P.
Question 5. If the test is unsatisfactory employer has the right before the expiration of the test to terminate the employment contract with the employee
1. warning him about this in writing no later than three days
2. warned him about it in writing not later than five days
3. warning him about this in writing no later than seven days
4. warning him about this in writing no later than

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