5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Scatter diagram
- Fair Credit Reporting Act
- Balanced scorecard
- Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures
- a System of moral principles and values that establish appropriate conduct.
- b Act that protects privacy of background information and ensures that information supplied is accurate.
- c Meaure that indicates the relationship between data items using x and y axes.
- d Procedural document designed to assist employers in complying with federal regulations prohibiting discrimination.
- e Measurement approach that provides an overall picture of an organization's performance as measured against goals in finance, customers, internal business processes, and learning and growth.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Situation in which an organization shares joint responsibility and liability for their alternative workers with an alternative staffing supplier; also known as co-employment.
- Agreement between an employer and an employee that explains the employment relationship.
- Type of e-learning in which participants interact together in real time.
- Skills, knowledge, and abilities that employees must possess in order to successfully perform job functions that are essential to business operations.
- Occurs when the selection rate for a protected class is less than 80% of the rate for the class with the highest selection rate; also known as disparate impact.
5 True/False questions
Leadership → Occurs when an appraiser's values, beliefs, or prejudices distort performance ratings.
Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act → Act that prohibits discrimination against certain veterans by the U.S. government and federal contractors.
Compliance evaluation → Evaluation that requires an organization to provide details on and documentation of its affirmative action plan.
Employment offer → Makes the hiring decision official: should immediately follow the final decision to hire a cadidate: formally communicated through offer letter.
Apprenticeship → Type of question that typically begins with what, where, why, when, or how.