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Passage Reading and English Comprehension

Socially responsibel investing is an important hot topic of discussion in the financial work at present. Socially responsible investing itself is an obligation by a financial services organisation to commit to ethical investments. It is part of a movement calling for greater corporate social responsibility. Frequently such investments may include environmentally friendly technologies, companies with good human rights track records and companies with good consumer protectin histories. Similarly socially responsible investing may call for a decrease in investment in areas such as weapons technology, tobacco and gambling.

The question at the heart of this discussion is should the financial services industry be obliged, either by their own shareholders or by customers to undertake such an investment strategy? On one hand it is argued that socially responsible investing can help improve the environment, local communities and other important social causes. However it is also argued that socially responsible investing may be less profitable, and organisations which undertake this strategy risk being out competed by organisations not obliged to undertake these measures.

1418. Which one of the following statement best completes the sentence? Socially responsible investing may lead to...

(a) lower profits in the financial services industry
(b) decreases in revenues in the weapons, tobacco and gambling industries
(c) decreases in revenues in the financial services industry
(d) increased public awareness of environmental issues
In the United Kingdom, a common method of resolving serious employee disputes is through an employee tribunal, which are non-governmental public bodies which hear many kinds of employee-employer disputes. The most common disputes in employee tribunals are unfair dismissal, redundancy payments and employment discrimination. One benefit of employee tribunals is that they provide an impartial, neutral alternative to internal investigations undertaken within organisations. However a common criticism of employee tribunas is that they frequently favour the organisation rather than the employee, as the organisation will frequently have human resources/legal professionals who are more adept with employment law than the employee making the claim.

1419. Which statement best finishes the sentence? Employee tribunals are....

(a) Government public bodies
(b) Run by the ministry of justice
(c) Non-governmental public bodies
(d) Internal investigations within organisations

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1. Passage Reading 2. Verbal Logic 3. Non Verbal Logic 4. Numerical Logic

5. Data Interpretation 6. Reasoning 7. Analytical Ability 8. Basic Numeracy

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