What information should be provided in the job specification to ensure

What information should be provided in the job

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96.What information should be provided in the job specification to ensure compliance with ADA regulations? 97.Clear, precise statements on the major tasks, duties, and responsibilities performed are contained in the ____ section of the job description. 98.An accurate ____ gives the qualifications needed to perform the job satisfactorily. 99.The duty statement of a job description should start with
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TRUE/FALSE 1.When the Museum of Fine Arts changed from a manual to a digital method of filing photographs of all of the museum’s massive holdings, it was not necessary to re-examine the workflow in the Photographic Images Department because the function of the department remained the same. 2.One of the important lessons of research on job design is that with attention to autonomy, feedback, skill variety, task identity, and task significance, a universally motivating job can be created for each major function of the organization. 3.Job design involves the content of jobs and the effect of jobs on employees. 4.Gloria has been given the responsibility for setting her own schedule for meeting work deadlines. Gloria’s job has been enlarged. 5.In the job characteristics model, task identity is defined as the extent of individual freedom and discretion in the work and its scheduling. 6.The self-directed work team is a regular organizational entity composed of individuals who are assigned a cluster of tasks, duties, and responsibilities to be accomplished. 7.Virtual teams are comprised of members who may never have met in person. 8.U.S. workers work fewer hours than workers do in most European Union nations. 9.Almost any work lends itself to a team design. 10.The increasing use of technology has actually increased stress on employees rather than reducing it. 11.Shift work is unavoidable when businesses need 24-hour coverage. 12.Job sharing is usually implemented to reduce the number of employees laid off during an organization’s reduction in force. 13.Job analysis refers to organizing tasks, duties, and responsibilities into a productive unit of work. 14.Without the foundation of job analysis, it is difficult for an organization to legally defend its recruiting and selection pro-cedures, performance appraisal system, employee disciplinary actions, and pay practices.
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