5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Griggs v. Duke Power
- Congressional Accountability Act
- Joint employment
- Exit interview
- a 1971 case that recognized adverse impact discrimination.
- b Level of learning characterized by understanding information to the level of being able to break it down and explain how it fits together.
- c Act that requires that federal employee relations legislation enacted by congress apply to employees of Congress.
- d Interview conducted when an employee is terminating with a company in which employee is asked to share views on selected issues.
- e Situation in which an organization shares joint responsibility and liability for their alternative workers with an alternative staffing supplier; also known as co-employment.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Modifying job application process, work environment, or circumstances under which job is performed to enable a qualified individual with a disability to be considered for the job and perform its essential functions.
- Type of interview that focuses on how applicant previously handled real work situations.
- Court ruling that endorsed using gender as one factor in an employment decision if underrepresentation is shown and if the affirmative action plan is not a quota system.
- Type of learning curve in which learning occurs in a series of increasing or decreasing returns; usually seen when an employee is attempting to learn a difficult task that also requires specific insight.
- Error that occurs when an appraiser believes standards are too low and inflates the standards in an effort to make them meaningful.
5 True/False questions
Quantitative analysis → Seeks to obtain easily quantifiable data on a limited number of measurement points.
Zero-based budgeting → Form of budgeting that requires that expenditures be justified for each new period and in which budgets start at zero.
Job applicant → According to EEO regulations, anyone who expresses an interest in employment, regardless of whether that person meets the employer's minimum qualifications for the job.
Veto → Average score or value in a set of data.
General Dynamics Land Systems v. Cline → Computerized talent or skill inventories that can furnish a list of qualified people.