Jan is employed as a human resource manager. Her responsibilities would not include this.
projecting sales for the coming six-month period.
What is an overall objective of the human resource management department?
Maximizing employee effectiveness in the organization.
The human resource management department attempts to satisfy individual employee needs except through what?
providing a clean workplace
Company's competitive strategy has little impact on its staffing plans, true or false?
John is the human resource manager of a resort. His staffing plans would not include this...
determining the room occupancy and sales forecasts.
Once a week, the human resource department posts a list of all the jobs available in the company. The company is adhering to what policy?
hiring from within
Which source of candidates for job openings is relatively inexpensive and helps build employee morale?
A company trying to find a qualified candidate for a chief financial officer should use this...
The Financial Executives Institute and advertisements in newspapers such as the Wall Street Journal.
What would a bad hiring decision not cost a firm?
reductions in the six-step recruitment approach.
What does a classroom training with computer based and online training programs not offer?
online training programs are less difficult
Managers make objective decisions based on employee performance appraisals except ...
Juan is a manager for a company. He has requested an evaluation by a panel to include co-workers, superiors, subordinates and client's, this evaluation is called this...
360-degree performance review.
Inadequate wages cannot lead to ...
loyalty to the employer
Incentive compensation based on profitability and stock performance is especially common among
Mark is paid $60,000 per year as a researcher. This type of compensation is called ...
Sarah performed better than her supervisor expected. She was given an extra $2,000 at year end, this is called what?
Toms' employer gives him a set allowance that he can spend on employee benefits. This is called what?
flexible benefits plan
Employers spend the most on what type of benefits?
Outsourcing can mean this...
Alex decided to change jobs. He spoke to his current human resource department about why he was leaving. This was called what?
This is not an example of poor employee morale.
According to Maslow, the individual's first priority is given to which level of needs?
Employee safety programs, pension plans, and insurance programs meet which of Maslows' levels of human needs?
Ashton is a sales representative, he bought a cell phone in case he had car trouble. Which level of Maslow's need of hierarchy is being addressed?
Noah is the captain of a sailing schooner. His goal is to receive his state's Best Captain award. He is motivated by what?
Job enrichment program would not include this...
allowing employees to evaluate their manager's performance.
Roxy is a supervisor for a computer company. She works hard to involve her employees in all aspects of the operation. She is what type of manager?
Ed is changing workers' assignments by increasing the number of tasks performed. The added tasks do not result in increased challenge or authority. Ed's efforts are called what?
Theory Z managers believe this...
employee involvement is necessary to increase productivity.
Managers who operate by Theory X assumptions may direct their subordinates through this...
close and constant observation