CHAP4.TB - Chapter 4 Information Systems and Human Resource...

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Chapter 4 Information Systems and Human Resource Planning True/False 1. Human resource planning is the process of making decisions regarding acquisitions. Answer: True Page: 118 Moderate 2. There has been a shortage of laborers familiar with high-tech skills in the recent past in the United States. Answer: True Page: 120 Moderate 3. Changes in the labor market have led to skill shortages as well as areas of oversupply. Answer: True Page: 120 Easy 4. The federal government has reacted to wage rates by encouraging employers to improve the computer-related skills of employees by developing performance appraisal systems. Answer: False Page: 120 Moderate 5. Strategy plans do not deal with the size the company wishes to be in the future. Answer: False Page: 121 Easy 6. Divestitures and mergers often require reassignment or reconfiguration of the workforce. Answer: True Page: 123 Difficult 7. Training and development objectives should be geared toward and integrated with production, sales, and skill needs. Answer: True Page: 124 Moderate 8. A transition matrix is a qualitative form of human resource forecasting.
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Chapter 4 Information Systems and Human Resource Planning Answer: False Page: 128 Difficult 9. Computer simulation can be used to work out contingency plans. Answer: True Page: 129 Easy 10. The Delphi technique of human resource forecasting relies on the knowledge of experts. Answer: True Page: 129 Moderate 11. Line managers should not be involved with the human resource planning function. Answer: False Page: 131 Moderate 12. Human resource accounting arrives at an asset value for employees. Answer: True Page: 132 Easy 13. Asset value to the organization have not been used to place a value on a firm’s human resources. . Answer: False Page: 133 Difficult 14. The basis for good human resource decisions is good human resource information. Answer: True Page: 134 Easy 15. The four elements of an HRIS are inputs, transformation, software, and outputs. Answer: False Page: 134 Moderate 16. A manual system is superior to a computerized HRIS in many respects. Answer: False Page: 135 Easy 17. A well-designed HRIS will begin to show its worth during the transformation stage. Answer: True Page: 135 Moderate 18. A concentrated HRIS places all control and accountability in several locations. 4-2
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Chapter 4 Information Systems and Human Resource Planning Answer: False Page: 138 Difficult 19. Hybrid combination is a type of HRIS configuration. Answer: True Page: 138 Easy 20. To connect to the Internet you must have a modem or a direct connection through an existing network. Answer: True Page: 141 Easy Multiple Choice 21. In the Mrs. Fields Cookie case, the HRIS was used in a. training. b. hiring.
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CHAP4.TB - Chapter 4 Information Systems and Human Resource...

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