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Question 160 / 1 pointEmployees' assessment of their ability to perform required job is called ____________.equityinstrumentalityexpectancyreinforcementQuestion 171 / 1 pointAccording to expectancy theory, effort level depends on which of these factors?(1) expectancy; (2) valence; (3) instrumentality; (4) reward; (5) goalsQuestion 181 / 1 pointResearch suggests that for employees to notice and work hard to perform behaviors desired by the organization, incentives need to be _____ percent.Question 191 / 1 pointCompensation should reinforce all but which of the following behaviors?4
CH 9Question 201 / 1 pointWhen employee performance is easily measured and the organization's performance is fairlystable over time, the most effective type of compensation is to offer ____.large base and low-incentive payvariety of rewards and base paya variety of rewards with significant incentive paymonetary rewards with large incentivesQuestion 11 / 1 point_____ is the belief that when a specified level of job performance is attained, the employee will receive a specified reward.Question 21 / 1 pointIn _____ theory, incentive pay is motivating if it helps an employee gain a sense of achievement, recognition or approval.Question 31 / 1 pointWhich theories would support a higher minimum wage5
CH 9Question 41 / 1 point_____ theory contends that success-sharing plans will be motivating but at-risk plans will be de-motivating.EquityExpectancy and agencyHerzberg's two-factorAgencyQuestion 51 / 1 pointWhen moving from an individual to a group incentive plan, you would expect ____.