Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
ARE 395 Midterm
Terms in this set (37)
Non-verbal communication is a key contributor to communication, with some researchers suggesting it makes up over 90% of our communication.
________(Upward/Downward) communication occurs from the upper levels of an organization down to the lower levels of an organization.
______ give all employees a minimum level of benefits and set amount to spend on flexible benefits.
The HR Officer is looking for different ways to keep and motivate employees to stay in the organization. The HR Officer is considering_____strategies to keep and motivate employees
________ includes anything the employee receives for his/her work.
Examples of employee compensation include:
All of the above
The HR dept. is solely responsible for writing and implementing the policies for the business.
Every manager has some role relating to human resource management.
Human resource management is the process of employing people, training them, compensating them, developing policies relating to them, and developing strategies to retain them.
What is NOT considered an external factor that can positively or negatively impact Human Resources?
Job descriptions can:
a. List a particular position's needs and expectations
b. Help employers review performance and give feedback
All of the above
d. Serve as legal documents
All of the above
Job _____ are meetings that allow the employer and the applicant to discuss a job opening and the qualifications for the job. It also allows the applicant to share their qualifications, which can lead to a job offer.
Selection bias can create misinformation to the interviewers. One type of selection bias that regards someone too highly because of a trait the interviewer particularly likes is called:
In some cases, temporary agriculture workers may enter the U.S. as foreign nationals through the ____ program.
Schedules, compensation, and benefits do not vary between an independent contractor and an employee.
The EEOC is a federal agency charged with the task of enforcing federal employment discrimination laws.
Disparate impact refers to a policy that may limit a protected EEO group from receiving fair treatment. It may include a test or requirement that negatively impacts someone based on protected group status.
One step that is not in the recruitment process is:
A _______ is a trusted, experienced advisor who had direct investment in the development of an employee.
_______ training is a type of training that occurs to ensures employees are protected from injuries caused by work-related accidents.
The first step in developing a training program is to conduct a(n) __________________.
What type of training would be successful using an on-the-job coaching delivery method? Choose all that apply.
In addition to the actual cost of training, another cost to consider is people's time.
The Kirkpatrick model measure effectiveness of training with four levels: Reaction, Learning, Behavior, and Results.
Best reached by developing toward an experience
Best reached by using graphics, pictures, and figures
Best reached by using sound to listen to a lecture or to explain how to do something
Technical training refers to familiarizing employees with the means of preventing, detecting, and eliminating non-quality items, usually in an organization that produces a product.
The T in SWOT Analysis stands for:
A company ______ is the organization's way of doing things, and understanding "this" will set the employee up for success by being a good fit in the environment
HR Managers should work through a ______________ plan, including salary, bonus, commissions, or other benefits that may be useful to the employee.
Which one of the following is not included as one of the six parts of HR Management.
Forecasting uses information from the past AND present to predict future conditions.
External supply of employees considers the number of employees who move from their current jobs into others through promotions, lateral moves, etc.
HR Strategic Plan
includes long-term goals
Includes short-term objectives
A headhunter is a person who specializes in matching jobs with people, mainly for high-level positions.
Other sets by this creator
ARE 395 Final Exam
Module 1 - The Role of HR Quiz
ARE 309 - Quizzes
Agribusiness Leadership Final Exam
Other Quizlet sets
Driving Knowledge test
Chapter 11 - 13 Review questions
BIO 212 Lecture Questions
Anatomy Unit 3