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A. Knowing equal opportunity lawsB. Participating in performance-appraisal trainingC. Taking advanced human resources trainingD. Creating friends in your departmentE. Becoming more observant of your employeesAnswer:BDiff: 1Page Ref: 336LO:12.7Describe what is meant by the term 360-degree appraisal.AACSB: Application of knowledge44. It is suggested that supervisors include _____________from team members in the performanceappraisals of those whose jobs are inherently designed around teamworkA. peer evaluationsB. technical evaluationsC. subjective evaluationsD. written essaysE. objective essaysAnswer:ADiff: 1Page Ref: 336LO:12.7Describe what is meant by the term 360-degree appraisal.AACSB: Application of knowledge45. Why in today’s dynamic organizations may traditional performance evaluations systems be archaic? Isthe 360-degree performance appraisal promising?Answer: In today’s dynamic organizations, traditional performance evaluations systems may be archaic.Downsizing has resulted in supervisors having greater work responsibility and more employees reportingdirectly to them. In some instances, it’s nearly impossible for supervisors to have extensive job knowledgeof each of their employees. Furthermore, the growth of project teams and employee involvement in today’scompanies place the responsibility of evaluation where people are better able to make an accurateassessment. The 360-degree appraisal process also has some positive benefits for development concerns.Many supervisors do not know how their employees view them and the work they have done.Research studies into the effectiveness of 360-degree performance appraisals are reporting positive results.These stem from having more accurate feedback, empowering employees, reducing the subjective factorsin the evaluation process, and developing leadership in an organization. Moreover, to enhance honesty andefficiency in feedback, some companies have put their 360-degree appraisal on the Internet.Diff: 3Page Ref: 335 - 336LO:12.7Describe what is meant by the term 360-degree appraisal.AACSB: Application of knowledge46. Of the following, which is NOT one of the steps used in counseling employees?A. Come to a resolutionB. Identify differences of opinion
C. Listen to what the employees has to sayD. Identify the problemE. Clarify alternativesAnswer:BDiff: 1Page Ref: 337 - 338LO:12.8Describe the purpose of employee counselingAACSB: Application of knowledge47. Ending a counseling session with the employee summarizing what has taken place and the____________________ is usually recommended.A. the specific actions to be takenB. a written report summarizing the meetingC. agreement to meet at a specific timeD. clarification of the alternativesE. identification of the problemAnswer:ADiff: 1Page Ref: 340LO:12.8Describe the purpose of employee counselingAACSB: Application of knowledge48. Problems come with options.___________________is a point at which a participative approach canbe particularly valuable because you may see and know things that escape the employee’s perception.

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