5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Job Positioning
- 1914 Clayton Act
- Compensable factors when evaluating employees for pay raises
- Job Description
- a __________ was designed to withdraw the power of federal courts against labor activites through antitrust laws, but it proved to be less than full effective
- b 1. Skill
4. Working Conditions
- c ________ is wanting what other companies offer or perceiving your benefits are competitive.
- d _________ gives current employees the chance to respond to announcements of positions.
- e _______ summarizes the most important features of a job.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Developed with job analysis data. After determining the KSA's needed to perform a job, numeric values are assigned to the responses on the form. This is a _______?
- This act regulates minimum wage, overtime, exempt and nonexempt status
- _________ each employee of a job has the same rate of pay regardless of perfomance or seniority
- __________ is a telephone call to clarify a few points on the application form. This can be a time-effective way to prescreen candidates
- _______ was the NFLPA representative for the players
5 True/False questions
Yield Rate → _________ hlep quantify recruitment efforts at different points in the process
Disparate Impact → An interview question that disqualified woman at a significantly higher rate than other applicants is an example of ________.
Uniform Guidelines of Employee Selection Procedures → __________ covers all aspects of the selection process and assist employers in complying with Title V!!, executive orders and other equal employment requirements of federal law.
Advantages of Recruiting Internally → __________ is the type of interview that asks the candidates the same questions
403B → ______ is a formal association of employees that promotes the interests of its membership through collective action