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5 Matching questions

  1. Griggs v. Duke Power
  2. Congressional Accountability Act
  3. Analysis
  4. Joint employment
  5. Exit interview
  1. a 1971 case that recognized adverse impact discrimination.
  2. b Level of learning characterized by understanding information to the level of being able to break it down and explain how it fits together.
  3. c Act that requires that federal employee relations legislation enacted by congress apply to employees of Congress.
  4. d Interview conducted when an employee is terminating with a company in which employee is asked to share views on selected issues.
  5. 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

  1. 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.
  2. Type of interview that focuses on how applicant previously handled real work situations.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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

  1. Quantitative analysisSeeks to obtain easily quantifiable data on a limited number of measurement points.

          

  2. Zero-based budgetingForm of budgeting that requires that expenditures be justified for each new period and in which budgets start at zero.

          

  3. Job applicantAccording to EEO regulations, anyone who expresses an interest in employment, regardless of whether that person meets the employer's minimum qualifications for the job.

          

  4. VetoAverage score or value in a set of data.

          

  5. General Dynamics Land Systems v. ClineComputerized talent or skill inventories that can furnish a list of qualified people.