Mngt 367 - Chapter 9 MC

Mngt 367 - Chapter 9 MC - Chapter 9 1. _ provides employees...

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Chapter 9 1. ____ provides employees with specific, identifiable knowledge and skills for use in their present jobs. a. Orientation b. Learning c. Employee development d. Training 2. Development is distinguished from training, in that a. development is broader in scope, focusing on individuals gaining new capabilities useful for both present and future jobs. b. EEO laws and regulations apply primarily to training not development. c. training is usually provided internally whereas development takes place in external learn- ing environments. d. development provides people with specific, identifiable knowledge and skills for use on their present jobs. 3. A fitness center is planning to invest in specialized pieces of exercise equipment. This equipment is highly effective, but the customers could be injured if the equipment is used incorrectly. So, the fitness center is sending its exercise instructors to a certified training program to learn how to use these machines correctly. This would be classified as a. required and regular training. b. job/technical training. c. problem-solving training. d. developmental training. 4. Henry is scheduling a program on handling hazardous materials for production employees at the chemical plant to comply with OSHA regulations. This type of program is classified as ____ training. a. job/technical b. required and regular c. developmental d. problem-solving 5. Ben, a new manager, is being sent to a series of seminars to bring his communication, meeting management, and team- building skills to the higher level needed for his new duties. Ben is being trained in ____ skills. a. emotional b. soft c. tangible d. concrete 6. Training is an area targeted by employment laws and regulations. A primary discrimination concern centers on the a. methods by which mentors are selected and allocated.
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b. diversity content of training programs. c. amount of expenditures on training of minority and disabled employees versus training of majority and able-bodied employees. d. criteria used to select individuals for inclusion in training programs. 7. The planned introduction of new employees to their jobs, coworkers, and the organization is a definition of a. orientation. b. organizational entry. c. employee development. d. indoctrination. 8. Amanda has just completed her MBA for which her company paid all tuition and book expenses. Amanda signed a train- ing contract with her employer that runs for four years. A headhunter has contacted Amanda with an offer of a position that would be a significant promotion. Which of the following statements is TRUE? a. Amanda cannot leave to go to another firm for four years because of this contract. b. Training contracts that prohibit trainees from future employment with competitors are il- legal. c.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course MNGT 367 taught by Professor Nichols during the Summer '11 term at Nicholls State.

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Mngt 367 - Chapter 9 MC - Chapter 9 1. _ provides employees...

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