5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Job compentencies
- Essential function
- Transformational leadership
- Closed questions
- School Board of Nassau v. Arline
- a Supreme Court ruling that persons with contagious diseases could be covered by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
- b Knowledge, skills, abilities, and personal attributes that can link individuals or teams to enhanced performance; critical success factors needed to perform a given role in an organization.
- c Primary job duty that a qualified individual must be able to perform, either with or without accommodation; a function may be considered essential because it is required in a job or because it is highly specialized.
- d Questions that can usually be answered with yes or no.
- e Leadership style that motivates employees by inspiring them to join in a mutually satisfying achievement.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Developmentally oriented relationship between two individuals.
- Detailed steps a unit, department or team will take in order to achieve short term objectives
- Global network used to deliver products and services from raw materials to end customers through an engineered flow of information, physical distribution and cash.
- Clear statement, usually in one sentence, of the purpose and intent of a human resource development program.
- People who are covered under a federal or state discrimination law; groups protected by EEO designations include women, African-Americans, people age 40 or older, the disabled, veterans, and religious groups.
5 True/False questions
Employment practices liability insurance → Tests that assess skills the candidate has already learned.
Visual learners → Process of delivering educational or instructional programs to locations away from a classroom or site.
Program evaluation review technique chart → Project management tool used to schedule, organize and coordinate tasks within a project.
Affirmative action plans → Act that prohibits discrimination based on physical or mental disabilities.
Knowledge management (KM) → Process of creating, acquiring, sharing, and managing knowledge to augment individual and organizational performance.