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3RTO Multiple Choice Test

Section 1 3RTO: Resourcing Talent
Question 1 Talent management looks at how an organisation uses the skills of its workforce in order to maintain competitive advantage. Which of the areas listed below would not be part of a talent management programme? Leadership development

Recruitment and selection
Succession planning
Payroll processing
Question 2 Talent management programmes can help motivate staff and make them more productive, which in turn benefits the organisation. One of the following benefits is imaginary, which is it? Able to develop skills with a career path in mind

Organisations receive favourable tax incentives for implementing talent management programmes More motivation as the employer is supporting employee development The organisation is able to identify skills gaps in the workforce Question 3 Internal labour markets can often be the main source of future labour requirements from within an organisation. Which of the following IS NOT an example of the use of an internal labour market? Promotion in an organisation

In-house succession planning
Company talent management schemes
Headhunting
Question 4 External labour markets provide labour solutions/appointments which are found from outside the organisation. From the list below select the example of the internal labour market solution. Selection from a national pool of candidates

Redeployment
Headhunting
Relocation from another country
Question 5 One of the aspects of recruitment listed below is an example of an external labour market. Which is it? Management succession
In-house promotion
Hiring via a local recruitment agency
Job rotation
Question 6 HR planning is affected by a variety of factors, including those listed below. However one of them is not a factor in HR planning – select which one this is. Employee Turnover
Recruitment and selection
Natural Wastage
Payroll systems
Question 7 Demand forecasting examines what events might occur within an organisation in the future, but amongst the four areas listed below which is not an example of demand forecasting? Downsizing

Auditing
Expansion
Restructuring
Question 8 Labour supply is affected by a variety of factors but one of the examples listed below is not a factor. Which is it? Natural wastage
Skills mix of labour supply
Employment Levels
Inflation
Question 9 Calculating employee turnover can be a useful measure of employee engagement and staff retention. One of the examples listed below does not form part of the calculation mentioned in your workbook – which is it? Dismissals

Redundancy
Retirement
Redeployment
Question 10 Which of the following IS NOT a cost from recruitment and selection? Induction training
Advertising
Interviewing time
Annual Leave
Question 11 Referring back to your workbook, one of the following pieces of legislation has no direct relevance to recruitment. Which is it? Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and 1986
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act, 1974
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Race Relations Act 1976
Question 12 Getting staff to take on extra responsibilities can be difficult without incentives for them, whether they be financial or otherwise. From the following list select which is not a positive incentive for an employee to accept extra responsibilities. Further professional development opportunities

Some form of remuneration or salary award
You are worried about what your manager will think of you if you do not accept It is part of your CPD/appraisal goals
Question 13 Incentive schemes are normally made up of financial and non-financial rewards. Which of the following is an example of a non-financial reward? Performance related pay
Commission schemes
Flexible working hours
End of month/quarter/year bonuses
Question 14 You would only be expected to clarify one of the following...
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