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Part III Staffing Chapter 5 Recruiting and Selecting Employees OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS 1. Carmen is working through a process to ensure her company of the right number of people with the right skills to meet their goals in delivering service and outputs to their customers. Carmen is engaged in: a) forecasting. b) human resource planning. c) recruiting. d) selecting. e) estimating labor demand. Answer: b M--Application Page: 147 2. If the labor supply exceeds labor demand, HR needs can best be met by: a) succession planning. b) training or retraining. c) recruiting from the outside. d) reducing pay or work hours. e) subcontracting. Answer: d M--Recall Page: 148 3. If the labor demand exceeds labor supply, HR needs can best be met with a response of: a) training or retraining. b) work sharing. c) inducements to quit. d) reducing work hours and/or pay. e) replacing quits with external hires. Answer: a M--Recall Page: 148 4. If the labor demand is expected to match labor supply, HR needs can best be met with a response of: a) training or retraining employees. b) replacing quits with external or internal hires. c) reducing work hours and/or pay. d) inducements to quit. e) paying overtime to employees. Answer: b M--Recall Page: 148 146
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Part III Staffing 5. A restaurant chain is forecasting its needs for managers, assistant managers and wait staff for next year. Currently, 10 restaurants each have their own managers. They experience a 45% manager turnover yearly. They plan to open 4 more restaurants next year. Their projected need for managers for next year will be: (Round your answer up to the next full position.) a) 9. b) 10. c) 11. d) 12. e) 13. Answer: a C--Integration Page: 149 6. This same restaurant chain is projecting its wait staff needs. Currently, they have 90 total staff at their ten restaurants. They experience 100% turnover in a year. They will need ____ wait staff next year. (Round your answer up to the next full position.) a) 45 b) 60 c) 90 d) 126 e) 252 Answer: d C--Integration Page: 149 7. An accounting firm plans to open 3 new branches. They currently have 4 branches with 4 accountants each. Each new branch will also need 4 accountants, and they experience a yearly 30% turnover among existing accountants. Their projected need for accountants to fill these new positions will be: (Round your answer up to the next full position.) a) 17. b) 20. c) 23. d) 25. e) 27. Answer: b C--Integration Page: 149 147
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Chapter 5 – Recruiting and Selecting Employees 8. A quantitative forecast: a) is able to project trends into the future without historical data. b) can take any variables into consideration an HR professional might want to consider. c) is very helpful in a dynamic business environment. d) is subject to a judgment error by the expert using the technique.
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2009 for the course MANAGEMENT 5689-9856 taught by Professor Nialamnu during the Fall '08 term at Indiana State University .

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