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Chapter 11 MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Total rewards refers to: A) payroll costs. B) cash payments only. C) contractual pay methods or fringe benefits to employees. D) all forms of pay or other compensation provided to employees. E) certain forms of pay and rewards to employees. 2) The total rewards approach has arisen from the: 3) A total rewards approach considers: 4) Originally, total rewards were conceptualized as having three broad categories: They are: 5) Research conducted by WorldatWork has clarified the "work experience" category of total rewards by splitting it into three parts. They are: A) work/life programs, organizational culture and development/career opportunities. B) work/life programs, performance and recognition, and development and career opportunities. C) work/life programs, succession programs, and salary grade. D) work/life programs, business strategy and development/career opportunities. E) work/life programs, HR strategy, and development/career opportunities. 6) Work/life programs help employees do their jobs effectively using: 7) Engagement is: 8) The Revlex Company did a salary survey, and the results showed that 10 of its key positions had lower wages compared with similar positions at their key competitors. The problem the company faces is: 9) You are advising the President of a newly formed company as to payroll obligations. This company is provincially regulated and is located in British Columbia. She has asked you to advise her as to legislative minimum standards regarding pay. You respond that the British Columbia Employment Standards Act sets minimum standards regarding pay for each of the following categories EXCEPT: A) paid statutory holidays. B) overtime pay. C) minimum wage. D) pensions. E) paid vacation.
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