Question 101 / 1 ptsAs the mother of two small children, Jen struggles to make ends meet on her minimum-wage job. After paying rent and child care expenses, there is sometimes not enough money left at the end of the month to pay the heating bill. More than once the family has gone without warmth on cold nights,and she and kids have gone to bed hungry. Which of the five basic needs is Jen struggling to meet? SafetySelf-actualizationCorrect!PhysiologicalLoveEsteem Question 111 / 1 ptsOur self-efficacy is an example of a factor that influences:
Our values Our valences Our outcomes Question 12 1 / 1 pts In _________ job design, managers changed employees' tasks with the intent of increasing motivation and productivity. Idiosyncratic Correct! Top-down Bottom-up Work-team Joint ownership
Question 13 1 / 1 pts __________ is defined as the physical and cognitive changes individuals make in the task or relational boundaries of their work. Job swapping Job enlargement Job enrichment Job design Correct! Job crafting Question 14 1 / 1 pts Of the following, which is the most closely aligned with employees' perceptions of procedural justice? Mental health Absenteeism
Health problems Correct! Job performance Stress Question 15 0 / 1 pts Brian has a Master's degree in electrical engineering and brings 10 years of experience to his current job. He is known for putting in long hours of hard work on his job. He receives a salary of $75,000, medical and dental coverage, and two weeks paid vacation per year. From Brian's perspective, which of the following is an output of the individual-organization exchange relationship? High levels of effort Ten years of prior experience Correct Answer Two weeks paid vacation Long hours of work You Answered His Master's degree in electrical engineering
Question 16 1 / 1 pts Motivation refers to the psychological processes that underlie: Extrinsic and intrinsic factors Satisfaction and dissatisfaction Correct! Direction, intensity, and persistence of behavior or thought Content and process Power, achievement, and affiliation Question 17 1 / 1 pts The perceived fairness of the processes used to make allocation decisions is called: Institutional justice Distributive justice Correct! Procedural justice
Interpersonal justice Interactional justice Question 18 1 / 1 pts Pam is attempting to reduce her inequity at work by attending night school for further job training. In other words, she is trying to ____. Correct! Increase her inputs Decrease her outcomes Increase her outcomes Find a new comparison other Decrease her inputs Question 19 1 / 1 pts
Ted was dissatisfied with his job. He said that the company policy, supervision, and working conditions were responsible for his dissatisfaction. According to Frederick Herzberg's theory, these
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