Employment and Job Applicant Method

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Chapter 10
1. An indicator that signals something is wrong with HR practices is A) The inability to recruit top talent
B) The loss of key employees to competitors
C) Low innovation by employees afraid of tasking risk or
D) All of the above
2. Which of the following is a major environmental consideration for human resources? A) Workforce diversity
B) Legislation
C) Globalization
D) All of the above
3. Affirmative action
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6. The first step in HRP is
A) Conducting a skills inventory
B) Determining product demand
C) Forecasting labor demand
D) Forecasting labor supply
7. Which of the following is not a component of the staffing process? A) Recruitment
B) Selection
C) Socialization
D) Compensation
8. An HR consultant advised the local bakery to ensure that the hiring process was job-related in case of a legal challenge by recommending they conduct a A) Job analysis
B) Realistic job preview
C) BFOQ
D) All of the above
9. One disadvantage of beginning the recruitment process internally is that A) Referrals are not included
B) The firm may not attract a diverse pool of applicants
C) Expenses are increased
D) This is not a valid and
10. If multiple interviewers reach entirely different conclusions about each job applicant method does not demonstrate A) Reliability
B) Recruitment
C) Content validity
D) Empirical validity
11. An important function of an orientation program is to A) Help employees reduce anxiety and cope with stress
B) Identify the best applicant pool
C) Select the best applicant for the job
D) Provide training
12. Which of the following is not an example of on-the-job training? A) Job rotation
B) Apprenticeships
C) Role playing
D) Internships
13. When is on-the-job training recommended
A) When participatory learning is necessary
B) When only a small...
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