Instructors of bus 101 so that next semester these

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instructors of BUS 101 so that next semester these areas can be further explained and emphasized more. It is notable that the adjunct instructors who teach sections 006, 007, 012, LS1, and KN1 do not have the teaching experience that the instructors who teach sections 002, 003, and 004 have; regardless though, the content of the questions that were answered incorrectly by 9 or more students enrolled in any section must still be noted as material for which students have a learning deficiency. Please also note that the final exam mean score for sections 002, 003, 004, and KN1 are in close range of each other. In addition, the final exam mean scores of sections 006 and LS1 are also in close range of each other as is also the case for the mean scores of sections 007 and 012. The specific questions for which more than 9 students per class provided the wrong answers are given below. 2. Fayol’s principle sates that each worker should report to one, and only one, boss. (unity of command) BUS 101 – 2
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4. In Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, the desire for love and acceptance would fall into the category of (social needs). 5. Historically, the (National Labor Relations Act) strengthened the labor unions, while the (Taft-Hartley Act) supported management’s efforts. 6. (Collective bargaining) is the process by which representatives of a union meet with representatives of management to negotiate a contract for workers. 9. The first federal minimum wage was established by the (Fair Labor Standards Act). 10. Granting a foreign company the right to manufacture your product or to use your firm’s trademark in return for a fee is called (licensing). 12. (Employee orientation) introduces new employees to the organization, their fellow workers, their supervisors, and to the policies, practices, and objectives of the firm. 15. A nation has a (comparative advantage) in the production of a good or service if it can produce that good or service more effectively or efficiently than it can produce other goods. 16. Frank and Lillian Gilbreth thought that every job could be broken down into a series of elementary motions that they called (Therbligs). 18. Which of the following prohibits monopolies, attempts to monopolize, and any restraint of trade? (Sherman Act) 21. Employees often work with managers to develop a(n) (mission statement) that outlines the fundamental purposes of their organization.
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  • Winter '08
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  • National Labor Relations, Dr. Nathan Himelstein

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