15.In the context of motivation, persistence refers to _______.
16.All of the following statements describe hygiene factors in the two-factor theory EXCEPT:
Chapter 61.Bill is an employee at Burgers-Are-Us. He works hard each and every day so that his picture maybe displayed in the restaurant lobby and that he might earn the title, “Employee-of-the-Month.” Billis motivated by _________ rewards.
2.The typical reward systems of organizations emphasize __________.
4.All of the following statements about profit-sharing are true EXCEPT:
5.Merit pay is an attempt to make pay contingent upon_______.
6.___________ is a pay system that links pay and performance by giving the workers the opportunity to share in productivity gains through increased earnings
7.According to the integrated model of individual work motivation, a person’s job performance is influenced most directly by all of the following EXCEPT:
8.Bonuses compensate people for the mix and depth of skills they possess.
9.According to the integrated model of individual work motivation, a person’s job performance is influenced most directly by individual attributes such as ability and experience, organizational support such as resources and technology, and effort of the willingness of someone to work hard at what they are doing○
10.A forced distribution method of performance can be problematic if most of the employees are trulysuperior performers or if most of them perform at about the same level