Human Rights 30 March 2023 1 Min Read Last Update: 12 April 2023 Quiz Time Welcome to Human Rights Quiz You can practice as many times as you want until you get all the answers 100% right. Let's get Started Businesses are allowed to disclose personal information about their employees to third parties, as long as the information is relevant to their job. True False Lufuno, an employee of MTB Telecoms, has disclosed his HIV/AIDS status to the company. What is the company's responsibility regarding this information? They can share the information with other employees to raise awareness about the issue. They must keep the information confidential and not disclose it to anyone else. They can use the information to deny Lufuno a promotion. They can fire Lufuno based on his HIV/AIDS status. Lufuno, an employee of MTB Telecoms, wants to receive suitable training for a managerial position. What is his right regarding this situation? Lufuno has no right to receive training for a managerial position. Lufuno has the right to receive training for a managerial position, as per the human right to free choice of a trade/occupation/profession. Lufuno has the right to receive training, but it does not need to be suitable for a managerial position. Lufuno has the right to receive training, but only if he pays for it himself. MTB Telecoms has a policy of forcing their employees to do embarrassing or degrading work. Is this policy consistent with human rights? Yes, as the company has the right to assign any work they deem necessary. No, as all employees should be treated with respect and dignity, regardless of their socio-economic status. Yes, as long as the company compensates the employees for the work. No, but it is acceptable if the employee volunteers for the work. A worker at MTB Telecoms wants to see the company's financial statements. Can they request to see these statements? No, workers are not entitled to see financial statements of the company. Yes, workers may request to see financial statements with motivation. Yes, but the company can only provide summaries of financial statements. No, only management is entitled to view financial statements. Employees at MTB Telecoms want to strike/withhold labour to protest against the company's policies. What is their right regarding this situation? Employees have no right to strike/withhold labour. Businesses may discriminate against any employee who opts to follow the correct process to strike/withhold labour. Employees have the right to strike/withhold labour, and businesses may not discriminate against them based on their decision. Employees have the right to strike/withhold labour, but only if they have already taken legal action against the company. True or false: Human rights are not applicable in the workplace. True False An employee at MTB Telecoms has raised a grievance with management about a workplace issue. What is the company's responsibility regarding this situation? The company may punish/discriminate against the employee for voicing their opinion. The company should provide an open communication channel for employees to raise their grievances without victimisation. The company has no obligation to address the employee's concerns. The company should only address the employee's concerns if they are willing to take legal action. 1 out of 8 Time is Up! Time's up Like what you read? Subscribe to our Newsletter Submit Subscribe to our email newsletter to get the latest posts delivered right to your email.