5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Third-country nationals
- Skill tracking systems
- Pareto chart
- a Annualized formula that tracks number of separations and total number of workforce employees for each month.
- b Term traditionally used to describe employees who are citizens of countries other than the organization's headquarters or the ones in which they work.
- c Factors that initiate, direct, and sustain human behavior over time.
- d Vertical bar graph on which bar height reflects frequency or impact of causes.
- e Computerized talent or skill inventories that can furnish a list of qualified people.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Method of evaluating candidates using content valid work samples of a job; typically for managerial positions.
- Tests that assess skills the candidate has already learned.
- Process of managing the way people leave an organization.
- Organizational structure in which divisions are separated by product, customer or market or region
- Agreement between an employer and an employee that explains the employment relationship.
5 True/False questions
Deductive reasoning → Process of hiring the most suitable candidate for a vacant position.
Plateau curve → Specific point in a distribution of data that has a given percentage of cases below it.
Supply chain → Legislative measure limited in effect to either the Congress or one of its chambers.
Short-term objectives → Milestones that must be achieved, usually within six months to one year, in order to reach long-term objectives.
Objectives → Results that participants will be able to perform at the end of a human resource development program.