Quiz ch.6 - HRM 322 Chapter 6_Anton Lund(please print name...

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HRM 322 ___Anton Lund_______________ Chapter 6 (please print name in INK) 1) An employee separation occurs when: A) employee turnover reaches maximum capacity. B) global competition increases beyond labor supply. C) an employee ceases to be a member of an organization. D) technologies are introduced into a new industry. 2) A company wants to know the rate at which employees voluntarily leave the firm. The company most likely needs to: 3) Companies most likely attempt to manage their turnover rates because of: 4) The costs of employee separations primarily depend upon which of the following? 5) Which of the following is a recruitment cost associated with employee replacement? A) Outplacement B) Reference checks C) Orientation D) Advertising 6) Which of the following factors is the LEAST common reason for turnover among Chinese workers? 7) Which of the following is a selection cost of employee replacement?
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8) Martin is reviewing HR's costs for interviewing, testing, and checking references for new hires. Martin is most likely reviewing the ________ costs of employee replacement. 9) Which of the following is a replacement cost associated with training new employees? A) Employment testing B) Outplacement services C) Recruiter time D) Lost productivity 10) Which of the following is the most significant separation cost for employers? 11) The time and cost of exit interviews are part of the ________ costs of an employee separation. 12) Which term refers to an employee's final interview following separation?
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