1. Starting in 2014, employers with 50 or more employees that don’t offer health insurance to employees will pay an annual penalty of:
a. $750 per employee
b. $2,000 per employee
c. $3,250 per employee
2. Percentage of employers that impose or plan to impose financial penalties (higher premiums, higher deductibles, etc.) for employees who smoke:
3. When employers do credit background checks on job candidates, how many years of credit history do they most often review?
a. 2 to 3 years
b. 6 to 7 years
c. 10 to 20 years
4. Last year, 65% of U.S. workers said they were currently saving for retirement. How has that figure changed in 2010?
a. Dropped to 60%
b. Dropped to 54%
c. Risen to 74%
5. The top three ways, in order, that U.S. workers said they would spend their tax refund dollars this year:
a. Put in savings, make home improvements, pay bills
b. Pay bills, put in savings, go on vacation
c. Go on vacation, pay bills, put in savings
Sources: 1. Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; 2. Hewitt Associates; 3. SHRM; 4.Research Institute; 5. CareerBuilder survey
Answers: 1. b 2. c 3. b 4. a 5. b
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