Hr Management Quiz

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Question 1 .1 out of 1 points

This is a strategy that a supervisor can use after training to support training transfer: Answer
Selected Answer:
Provide opportunities to practice
Correct Answer:
Provide opportunities to practice

. Question 2 .1 out of 1 points

Merit Pay is given to employees on an annual basis no matter how he/she performed; this type of pay raise is an entitlement. Answer
Selected Answer: False
Correct Answer: False

. Question 3 .0 out of 1 points

Ranking is a method of job evaluation that is most common and complex. Answer
Selected Answer: True
Correct Answer: False
Response Feedback: Ranking orders job descriptions from highest to lowest based on a definition of relative value or contribution to the organization's success provided by a group of subject matter experts (typically management). It is viewed as the simplest method, but is also viewed as having a low degree of validity.

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_____ discharge is an involuntary act because it occurs when the employee has no reasonable alternative but to terminate the employment relationship. Answer
Selected Answer: wrongful
Correct Answer: constructive

Response Feedback: Constructive discharge is considered an involuntary act because it occurs when the employee has no reasonable alternative but to terminate the employment relationship. The legal test for constructive discharge is whether the employer made working conditions so intolerable that no reasonable person could be expected to endure, in particular if the former employer created the intolerable conditions with the specific intent of forcing the employee to quit.

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Assessment Steps in the Learning Design process include:
Answer
Selected Answer:
identify organizational goal, define unit results needed to achieve organizational goal, define on-the-job performance results needed, identify gaps between needs and current, and identify environmental factors impacting performance. Correct Answer:

identify organizational goal, define unit results needed to achieve organizational goal, define on-the-job performance results needed, identify gaps between needs and current, and identify environmental factors impacting performance.

. Question 6 .1 out of 1 points

_____ Rights Act of 1991 amends the civil rights act of 1964 by adding monetary damages in cases of intentional discrimination. Answer
Selected Answer: civil
Correct Answer: civil

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The purpose of taking disciplinary actions is not to penalize or _____ the employee for his/her mistakes. Answer
Selected Answer: embarass
Correct Answer: terminate

Response Feedback: The purpose of taking disciplinary actions is to point the way to more positive and productive behavior, not to penalize or terminate the employee for his/her mistakes (although, termination is sometimes a result of disciplinary action).

. Question 8 .1 out of 1 points

Incentive pay is a component of a pay plan.
Answer
Selected Answer: True
Correct Answer: True

. Question 9 .0 out of 1 points

Skill-based pay and knowledge-based pay are synonymous.
Answer
Selected Answer: True
Correct Answer: False
Response Feedback: Both skill-based and knowledge-based pay plans reward employees for the breadth, depth, and types of skills or knowledge they are capable of applying to the job. Skill-based pay plans reward employees for mastering new skills which are applied to their jobs. This type of pay is used primary for jobs that perform physical work. For example, Carpenters work under skill-based pay plans in which they earn additional pay as they mast more advanced woodworking skills. Knowledge-based pay plans reward managerial, service and professional employees for increasing knowledge in specific areas.

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