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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Health Savings Account
  2. Job Description
  3. Equity
  4. Uniform Guidelines of Employee Selection Procedures
  5. Processing Phone Call
  1. a ________ is wanting what other companies offer or perceiving your benefits are competitive.
  2. b __________ is a fund created by the employer, employee or jointly that is used to pay for the first X dollars of health care expenses
  3. c __________ 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.
  4. d __________ is a telephone call to clarify a few points on the application form. This can be a time-effective way to prescreen candidates
  5. e _______ summarizes the most important features of a job.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. _________ each employee of a job has the same rate of pay regardless of perfomance or seniority
  2. 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 _______?
  3. This company sends trucks all over the world to take pictures for maps. The owners interview all employees at least 4 times to get the job. __________?
  4. __________ is the type of interview that asks the candidates the same questions
  5. 1. Skill
    2. Effort
    3. Responsibility
    4. Working Conditions

5 True/False questions

  1. Job Positioning_______ summarizes the most important features of a job.

          

  2. $4.4 BillionOwners had an economic advantage during the lockout reducing their operating expenses at an estimate of __________

          

  3. 1914 Clayton Act_______ was passed giving employees the right to organize and bargain collectively

    aka "National Labor Relations Board" or NLRB

          

  4. Disparate Impact_______ was passed giving employees the right to organize and bargain collectively

    aka "National Labor Relations Board" or NLRB

          

  5. When it is relevant to the jobWhen can you ask an applicant if they belong to certain organizations?