Question 99078 out of 078 points Goal specificity is defined asSelected An swer

Question 99078 out of 078 points goal specificity is

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Question 99 0.78 out of 0.78 points Goal specificity is defined as Selected An-swer:b. the clarity and precision of a goal.Answers:a. the extent to which a person accepts a goal as her own.b. the clarity and precision of a goal.c. the justification for the goal's existence.d.
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the extent to which a goal is challenging and requires effort.e. the extent to which a person is personally interested in reaching the goal. Response Feed- back: Rationale: This question provides the definition of goal specificity. Question 100 0.78 out of 0.78 points Why are flexible reward systems becoming an increasingly popular form of compensation systems? Response Feedback: Rationale: There is a sizeable administrative cost to providing flexible reward systems, but this cost is often justified by in- creased employee loyalty and attachment. Question 101 0.78 out of 0.78 points Equity theory is a/an:
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Question 102 0.78 out of 0.78 points Under equity theory, people are motivated when: Question 1030.78 out of 0.78 pointsIn exchange for employee contributions, an organization provides rewards such as pay and insurancebenefits. These kinds of rewards are combined to create Selected An-swer:e. compensation packages.Answers:a. intangible compensation.b. symbolic rewards.c. resource exchanges.d. system rewards.e. compensation packages. Response Feed- back: Rationale: This question provides the definition of compen- sation packages.
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