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QUESTION:30[QUESTION BANK ID:285483]TYPE:MULTIPLE CHOICECORRECTRashid is dissatisfied at work. He feels he is paid too little and asked to do too much. To compensate for his perceived unjust pay, he regularly takes work supplies home for personal use, such as computer ink cartridges, staplers, and reams of paper. Rashid's behavior is an example ofA Employee obsessive compulsive behaviorMessengerStatus (busy/available)5/26/2017...
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B Customer satisfactionC AbsenteeismD TurnoverE Work place deviance
QUESTION:31[QUESTION BANK ID:285492]TYPE:TRUE FALSECORRECTResearch suggests that people are, on average, satisfied with their pay and with promotion opportunities.A
QUESTION:32[QUESTION BANK ID:285616]TYPE:TRUE FALSECORRECTMessengerStatus (busy/available)Page 21 of 33Bisk5/26/2017...
According to Maslow, the lower order needs are satisfied internally and the higher order needs are satisfied externally.
QUESTION:33[QUESTION BANK ID:285552]TYPE:MULTIPLE CHOICECORRECTAn individual who is described as an ESTJ (Extraverted, Sensing, Thinking, Judging) on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can be best described as a(n)
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QUESTION:34[QUESTION BANK ID:285324]MULTIPLE CHOICECORRECTWhich of the following has not contributed to blurring the lines between employees' work life and personal life?TYPE:A The creation of global organizationsB Communication technology allowing employees to work any time and from any placeC Organizations asking employees to put in longer hoursD Creation of flexible teamsE The increase in dual career households
QUESTION:35[QUESTION BANK ID:285595]TYPE:MULTIPLE CHOICECORRECTAccording to Douglas McGregor's Theory Y, a manager assumes that employeesA Dislike workMessengerStatus (busy/available)Page 23 of 33Bisk5/26/2017...
B Need to be controlledC Avoid responsibilityD Exercise self-directionE Bisk
Attempt to avoid workQUESTION:36[QUESTION BANK ID:285607]TYPE:MULTIPLE CHOICEINCORRECTWhat would be the predicted result of overpaying a piece-rate worker, according to the equity theory?A Quality will improve B Quantity will increaseC Quality will degrade D Quantity will decreaseMessengerStatus (busy/available)Page 24 of 33
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E The employee will leave the jobQUESTION:37[QUESTION BANK ID:285480]TYPE:MULTIPLE CHOICE

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