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Conceptually, a job structure can be defined as the relative pay of various jobs in the organization.
The equity theory suggests that people often evaluate their situations by comparing them with those of other people.
Internal equity pay comparisons focus on what employees in other organizations are paid for doing the same general job.
Benchmarking is a procedure in which a company compares its own practices against those of the competition.
Group incentive pay plans tend to use a broader range of performance measures than do individual-oriented plans
The four performance measures of a balanced scorecard include financial measures, customer measures, internal measures, and learning and growth measures.
One of the reasons for giving more responsibility to employees for retirement planning and other benefit decisions is to increase their awareness and understanding of such benefits.
The two types of disability insurance are short-term disability plans and long-term disability plans.
Despite passage of the Family and Medical Leave Act, the United States still offers significantly less unpaid leave than most Western European countries.
To control health-care costs, employers have been increasingly shifting costs to employees through the use of deductibles, coinsurance, exclusions and limitations, and maximum benefits.
Flexible benefit plans (also known as cafeteria-style plans) permit employees to choose the types and amounts of benefits they want for themselves.
Management's adoption of union avoidance strategies has increased significantly during the last 20 or 30 years.
The AFL-CIO is not a labor union but rather an association that seeks to advance the shared interests of its member unions at the national level, much like the Chamber of Commerce or the National Association of Manufacturers.
All members of a bargaining unit, whether union members or not, must be represented by the union.
Since the 1950s, union membership has remained relatively stable as a percentage of employment.
_ pay comparisons may be more important when attracting and retaining qualified employees is difficult, and when the costs of recruiting replacements is high.
In developing a job-evaluation system, compensable factors
are the characteristics of jobs that a firm values and chooses to pay for.
Which one of the following HR activities provides basic descriptive information on job attributes and the job itself?
_____ pay comparisons focus on what employees within the same organization, but in different jobs, are paid.
A capital-intensive business
What type of business is most likely to have a high revenue-to-labor-cost ratio?
Pay rate range spreads
represent a measure of the range of pay rates paid across an entire organization.
attract individualistic employees
Organizations that link pay to individual performance are more likely to
They tend to increase labor costs over the long run
Criticisms of traditional merit pay programs include all but one of the following. Name the exception
Individual incentive pay programs are quite common in organizations
Which of the following is not true of individual incentive pay programs?
A(n) _____ plan gives employees the opportunity to buy the company's stock at a previously fixed price.
Tracking financial results while monitoring progress
In recognition of the fact that every pay plan has its advantages and disadvantages, companies are generally taking all but one of the following actions. Name the exception.
To offset lost income during a labor dispute
Which one of the following is not a major objective of the unemployment insurance program?
the employer's profitability.
The workers' compensation cost to an employer is based on all of the following except
_____ requires employers to permit employees to extend their health insurance coverage at group rates for up to 36 months following a qualifying event, such as a layoff.
Number of dependents
Which of the following is not typically a factor used to determine retirement benefit levels of employees under a defined benefit retirement plan?
The type of union security provision that makes mandatory union membership illegal is the
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