5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- History has affected workplace equity with women
- Steps in HR: 7. Labor relations
- Flexible benefit programs
- Types of Training: Orientation training
- The HR Planning Process: Job analysis
- a Benefit programs in which employees are given credits to spend on benefits that fit their unique needs.
- b Training designed to introduce new employees to the company and familiarize them with policies, procedures, culture, and the like
- c When the Women's Rights Movement was launched in 1848, most occupations, colleges, and professional schools were off limits to women
Women could not vote and lost all property rights once they were married
Until the Civil Rights Act of 1964, women:
Were excluded from certain jobs
Needed a male cosigner for a bank loan
Were not issued credit cards if they were married
- d The system of relationships between workers and management.
- e A tool for determining what is done on a given job and what should be done on that job.
A foundation for a job description or job posting
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Conditions of the labor market
Age wage rates
Cost of living
- The legal concept that an employee may be terminated for any reason.
- Dealing with salaries and benefits based on employees' perfomances
- The most difficult struggle faced America's nonwhite minorities
Racial segregation remained for over 100 years after the end of the civil war
Blacks suffered voting right suppression and discrimination in education, employment, and housing
Brown v. Board of Education (1954) declared segregation unconstitutional setting the stage for the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- Helping managers and professional employees learn the broad skills needed for their present and future jobs.
5 True/False Questions
Feedback and performance appraisal: Giving Feedback → Process of using multiple sources of appraisal to gain a comprehensive perspective on one's performance
Used more and more often by companies
Quid pro quo harassment → Conduct of a sexual nature that has negative consequences for employment.
Increase diversity and inclusion through → top management support/commitment, training, support groups, and mentoring to succeed
Strategic Human Resources Management: Human capital → The knowledge, skills, and abilities of employees that have economic value. (i.e. "brainpower")
Steps in HR: 3. Training → The development of a pool of applicants for jobs in an organization
Media outlets, associations, networks