A The PAQ considers the whole work process from inputs through outputs B

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A.The PAQ considers the whole work process, from inputs through outputs.B. Ratings by supervisors and trained analysts are less reliable than incumbents.C. Ratings of job incumbents tend to be less reliable.D. The PAQ can be completed by untrained personnel.E. A person who fills out the questionnaire does not need college-level reading skills.Using the Position Analysis Questionnaire (PAQ) provides an organization with information that helps in comparing jobs, even when they are dissimilar. The PAQ also has the advantage that it considers the whole work process, from inputs through outputs. In this scenario, Josh's argument is valid.
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49.Orange Banking Group, a corporation that has a global presence, is seeking to hireemployees for its IT team. Among the available job positions are those of system administrators and chief technology officer. Who among the following is most likelyto be the best source for recruiting employees for these important technical positions? A. HR executivesB. IncumbentsC. SupervisorsD. Line managersE.External job analystsFor analyzing skill levels, the best source may be external job analysts who have more experience rating a wide range of jobs than incumbents. In this scenario, external job analysts can recruit employees for the important technical positions atOrange Banking Group.
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50.In the 1930s, the U.S. Department of Labor created the _____ as a vehicle for helping the new public employment system link the demand for skills and the supply of skills in the U.S. workforce. A. Career Development Facilitator (CDF)B.Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT)C. Occupational Information Network (O*NET)D. Standard Occupational Classification (SOC)E. Selected Characteristics of Occupations (SCO)In the 1930s, the U.S. Department of Labor created the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) as a vehicle for helping the new public employment system link the demand for skills and the supply of skills in the U.S. workforce. The DOT described over 12,000 jobs, as well as some of the requirements of successful job holders.
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51.Which of the following is true of the Occupational Information Network (O*NET)? A. It provides listings of fixed job titles and narrow task descriptions.B.It uses a common language that generalizes across jobs to describe the abilities, work styles, work activities, and work context required for various occupations.C. It represents the first attempt made by the U.S. Department of Labor to match the demand and supply of labor.D. It uses an online platform to provide information about available federal jobs.E. It was created by the U.S. Department of Labor in the 1930s as a vehicle for helping the new public employment system link the demand and supply of skillsin the U.S. workforce.The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) uses a common language that generalizes across jobs to describe the abilities, work styles, work activities, and work context required for 1,000 broadly defined occupations. Users can visit (O*NET) Online to review jobs' tasks, work styles and context, and requirements including skills, training, and experience.
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