17. Andrew is a well-known plastic surgeon in Los Angeles. He earns up to $800,000 a year. He lives in a mansion in Santa Monica and drives a Jaguar. Many of his patients are Hollywood stars and celebrities. However, Andrew does not believe that his work is interesting and meaningful. In fact, he does not like his job. Furthermore, he has conflicts with his teenage son, Malcolm, who considers that his father is just â€œwastingâ€? his talent for money. Andrew feels very bad about it. Which of the following is true regarding Andrewâ€™s career?
18. Sharon, a student worker in a college food service location, has just received her first performance appraisal. Her manager told her that her cleaning and sweeping skills were excellent, but that she needed to show up to work on time and follow the regulations for lunch hours, breaks, personal phone calls, and calling out sick. Her performance would be evaluated again in 30 days. What was the outcome of this appraisal process?
19. Forced rankings are now found in about three-fourth of all U.S. organizations
20. Ray, a federal employee in Washington, DC, makes $12.00 an hour, the prevailing wage rate set by the Secretary of Labor. What law provides this protection for federal employees?
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