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True False 21. The major cost associated with employee turnover is reduced productivity during the learning period of replacement. True False 22. The purpose of measuring turnover costs is to build a case to present to stockholders. True False 23. The time coworkers spend guiding a new employee does not need to be included when considering the fully loaded cost of turnover. True False 24. Larger organizations are better able to provide a broad base of work-life benefits than smaller organizations. True False 25. Despite the popular perception of flexibility as a powerful business tool that can improve important human capital outcomes and boost operational performance, studies have shown that flexibility has to be essentially positioned as a "perk," employee-friendly benefit, or advocacy cause. True False 26. Break-even values indicate the length of time the observed effect would need to be maintained in order to recover the cost of a training program. True False 27. When direct measures of training outcomes are available, standard valuation methods are appropriate. True False 28. The best managers identify the best talents available and then create appropriate positions for the talent. True False 29. The best managers establish very clear objectives and define the steps for their employees. True False 30. Rather than identifying workers' weaknesses and attempting to fix them, where the gains will be short- lived, the best managers focus on strengths. True False
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31. All of the following are critical components of the LAMP measurement system EXCEPT: A. logic. B. analytics. C. measures. D. probability. 32. Information, design, and statistics pertain to which component of the LAMP model? A. Probability B. Analytics C. Logic D. Measures 33. Having a rational talent strategy including competitive advantage and talent pivot points pertains to which component of the LAMP measurement system? A. Logic B. Process C. Measures D. Analytics 34. _____ transform(s) HR logic and measures into rigorous, relevant insights. A. Process B. Benchmarks C. Analytics D. ABC costing 35. The _____ component of the LAMP model begins with the assumption that employee turnover is not equally important everywhere. A. probability B. analytics C. process D. logic 36. Direct measures refer to _____ costs, such as the accumulated, direct cost of recruiting. A. replacement B. actual C. estimated D. standard 37. _____ measures are usually expressed in terms of time, quantity, or quality. A. Indirect B. Extrinsic C. Direct D. Linear 38. Which of the following is an example of a direct cost associated with mismanaged organizational stress? A. Dissatisfaction B. Low motivation C. Absenteeism D. Decline in frequency of contact 39. Which of the following is an example of an indirect cost associated with mismanaged organizational stress? A. Quality of productivity B. Grievances C. Quantity of productivity D. Distortions of messages
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40. Inventory shrinkages and accidents pertain to which component of direct costs associated with mismanaged organizational stress?
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