Reading Section 2
The text on the next page has seven sections, A–G .
Choose the correct heading for each section from the list of headings below.
Write the correct number, i–x , in boxes 15–21 on your answer sheet.
List of Headings
i How can reflection problems be avoided?
ii How long should I work without a break?
iii What if I experience any problems?
iv When is the best time to do filing chores?
v What makes a good seat?
vi What are the common health problems?
vii What is the best kind of lighting to have?
viii What are the roles of management and workers?
ix Why does a VDU create eye fatigue?
x Where should I place the documents?
15. Section A
16. Section B
17. Section C
18. Section D
19. Section E
20. Section F
21. Section G
Read the text below and answer Questions 22–28.
Questions 22 and 23
Complete the sentences below.
Choose NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text for each answer. Write your answers in boxes 22–23 on your answer sheet.
22. If an employee receives a ……………….. , this means he will lose his job if his work does not get better.
23. If an employee does not accept the reasons for his dismissal, a ……………….. can be arranged.
Look at the following descriptions (Questions 24–28) and the list of terms in the box below.
Match each description with the correct term A–E.
Write the appropriate letter A–E in boxes 24–28 on your answer sheet.
24. An employee is asked to leave work straight away because he has done something really bad.
25. An employee is pressured to leave his job unless he accepts conditions that are very different from those agreed to in the beginning.
26. An employer gets rid of an employee without keeping to conditions in the contract.
27. The reason for an employee’s dismissal is not considered good enough.
28. The reasons for an employee’s dismissal are acceptable by law and the terms of the employment contract.
A Fair dismissal
B Summary dismissal
C Unfair dismissal
D Wrongful dismissal
E Constructive dismissal
22. final written warning
23. formal appeal hearing