12. (p. 11) The degree to which pay influences individual and aggregate motivation among the employees at any point in time is referred to as: A. sorting effect.B.incentive effect.C. motivational effect.D. directional effect.Difficulty: Easy 13. (p. 12) In China, compensation, dai yu, has come to mean download full file at
download full file at Difficulty: Medium14. (p. 13) In Japanese companies, the concept of teate is consistent with which of the following? Difficulty: Medium15. (p. 13) Which of the following is an example of a relational return? Difficulty: Medium16. (p. 14) Which of the following are given as increments to the base pay in recognition of past work behavior? A. Base payB. Cost-of-living adjustmentsC.Merit payD. IncentivesDifficulty: Medium17. (p. 15) Which form of pay is likely to be least expensive for employers? Difficulty: Medium18, (p. 15) Recent surveys show the average merit raise for an outstanding performer is ______ and average performers receive and poor performers receive 0.4%.download full file at
download full file at Difficulty: Difficult19. (p. 15) Employees who want to be sure their good performance will be rewarded will prefer Difficulty: Difficult20. (p. 15) Variable pay may also be called A. exemptB. non-exemptC. stock optionsD.incentivesDifficulty: Medium21. (p. 15) Which of the following is the largest component in an executive pay package? Difficulty: Mediumdownload full file at
download full file at 22. (p. 16) Employers’ annual cost per employee to provide family health care coverage is approximately ______________Difficulty: Difficult23. (p. 17) A company that says its relatively low starting pay will be offset by larger future pay increases is using the concept of _____. Difficulty: Difficult
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