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5 Matching questions

  1. Project
  2. First-impression error
  3. Leadership
  4. Garnishment
  5. Sutton v. United Airlines
  1. a Ability of an individual to influence a group or another individual toward the achievement of goals and results.
  2. b Series of tasks and activities that has a stated goal and objectives, a schedule with defined start and end dates, and a budget that sets limits on the use of monetary and human resources.
  3. c Occurs when a creditor obtains a court order requiring an employer to attach an employee's earnings in order to pay back a debt.
  4. d Case in which Supreme Court ruled that a person may not have a disability if the individual's condition is controlled or corrected by medication or mitigating measures.
  5. e Type of interviewer makes snap judgments and lets first impression ( either positive or negative ) cloud the interview.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Process that surveys and interprets relevant data to identify external opportunities and threats.
  2. Interview conducted when an employee is terminating with a company in which employee is asked to share views on selected issues.
  3. Court ruling that established "reasonable person" standard in a sexual harassment case.
  4. Process of new employee assimilation into the organization, which often lasts up to six months or a year.
  5. Process of providing knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) specific to a task or job.

5 True/False questions

  1. SalesBusiness function responsible for selling an organization's product to the marketplace.

          

  2. Check sheetsSimple visual tools used to collect and analyze data.

          

  3. Formula budgetingProvide the direction that enables an organization to achieve its long-term objectives.

          

  4. AssetsFinancial, physical, and sometimes intangible properties an organization owns.

          

  5. Organizational unitAny 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.