← Workforce Planning Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Open question
- Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc.
- Compliance evaluation
- Directive interview
- a Evaluation that requires an organization to provide details on and documentation of its affirmative action plan.
- b Court ruling that established "reasonable person" standard in a sexual harassment case.
- c Fixed hiring and promotion rates based on race, gender, or other protected-class standards that must be met.
- d Type of question that typically begins with what, where, why, when, or how.
- e Type of interview in which interviewer poses specific questions to a candidate and keeps control.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Procedural document designed to assist employers in complying with federal regulations prohibiting discrimination.
- Flexible staffing option in which an independent company with expertise in operating a specific function contracts with a company to assume full operational responsibility for the function.
- Type of interview in which interviewer asks every applicant the same questions; also called a repetitive interview.
- Act that protects the employment records of federal government employees from disclosure without prior authorization.
- Case in which Supreme Court held that University of Michigan's law school admission program was sufficiently "narrowly tailored" to consider race as a factor in admission dicisions in order to achieve goal of a diverse student body.
5 True/False Questions
Job Analysis → Systematic study of jobs to determine what activities and responsibilities they include, relative importance and relationship with other jobs, and conditions under which work is performed.
Assessment centers → Makes the hiring decision official: should immediately follow the final decision to hire a cadidate: formally communicated through offer letter.
Placement Goals → Ability to keep talented employees in an organization.
Personality tests → Tests that measure person's social interaction skills and patterns of behavior.
Affirmative action (AA) → Ability to keep talented employees in an organization.