The two primary purposes of performance appraisals are Points 5 informative and

The two primary purposes of performance appraisals

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The two primary purposes of performance appraisals are:(Points : 5)informative and developmental.managerial and administrative.managerial and informative.administrative and developmental.11. Pay-for-performance programs:(Points : 5)result in negligible increases in output12. Employees covered by the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act are labeled:(Points : 5)exempt employees.13.Profit sharing refers to any procedure by which an employer pays employees:(Points : 5)current or deferred sums based on the organization's financial performance14. Flexible benefit plans:(Points : 5)
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are offered to employees who then must purchase each benefit they selectare favored by employers because they reduce administration costsresult in wasted benefits because of the number of different types available to employeesallow employees to choose benefits suited to their needs15.
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