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9.(p. 625)The percentage increase that is planned for an organizational unit or company is called _____. A. a top-down budgetB. a bottoms-up budgetC.a planned pay-level riseD. the current year's riseDifficulty: Easy10.(p. 625)_____ is the budgetary approach that begins with an estimate from top management of the pay increase budget for the entire organization. Difficulty: Easy
Chapter 18 - Management: Making it Work11.(p. 626)If financially troubled employers have not been able to maintain competitive market positions, the conventional response has been to _____. Difficulty: Medium12.(p. 626)The denominator for calculating the current year's rise is _____. Difficulty: Medium13.(p. 626)Sometimes referred to as "churn" or "slippage," the _____ recognizes the fact that when people leave an organization, they typically are replaced by employees who earn a lower wage. A. productivity effectB. conflict effectC.turnover effectD. morale effectDifficulty: Medium14.(p. 627)Changes in wages in labor markets are measured _____. Difficulty: Medium
Chapter 18 - Management: Making it Work15.(p. 627)Which of the following is a measure of prices of goods and services in the product and service markets? Difficulty: Difficult16.(p. 628)If San Diego has a CPI of 165 and Los Angeles has a CPI of 145, this means _____. Difficulty: Medium17.(p. 629)Which method of budgeting relies heavily on employee pay histories? A. Unit-level budgetingB.Bottom-upC. Control to planned level riseD. Top-down