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5 Matching questions

  1. Exit interview
  2. Garnishment
  3. Structured interview
  4. Open question
  5. Alternative staffing
  1. a Interview conducted when an employee is terminating with a company in which employee is asked to share views on selected issues.
  2. b Type of question that typically begins with what, where, why, when, or how.
  3. c Use of alternative recruiting sources and workers who are not regular employees; also known as flexible staffing.
  4. d Type of interview in which interviewer asks every applicant the same questions; also called a repetitive interview.
  5. e Occurs when a creditor obtains a court order requiring an employer to attach an employee's earnings in order to pay back a debt.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Money an organization's customers owe the organization.
  2. Rule or order issued by a government agency; often has the force of law.
  3. Process of planning, pricing, promoting and distributing goods and services to satisfy organizational objectives.
  4. Business function responsible for selling an organization's product to the marketplace.
  5. Any discrete component of an organization in which there is a level of supervision responsible and accountable for the selection, compensation, etc., of employees within the unit.

5 True/False questions

  1. Foreign Corrupt Practices ActProhibits American companies from making corrupt payments to foreign officials for the purpose of obtaining or keeping business.


  2. Kolstad v. American Dental AssociationCase in which Supreme Court held that the availablity of punitive damages depends on the motive of the discriminator rather than the nature of the conduct.


  3. Nominal group techniqueType of interview where multiple job candidates are interviewed by one or more interviewers at the same time or where multiiple people in an organization interview a single job candidate.


  4. Inpatriates (inpats)Employees who are brought in to work in a headquarters country for a specified period of time.


  5. Negative emphasisAnalysis that shows point in time at which total revenue associated with a program is equal to the total cost of the program.