Mnh306 k101 9 10 which one of the following is not a

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MNH306-K/101 9 10 Which one of the following is NOT a strategic objective of the pay model? 1 efficiency 2 legal compliance 3 administration 4 fairness ASSIGNMENT 02 First semester Second semester Due date Unique number Due date Unique number 15 March 2006 142753 15 August 2006 203931 This assignment comprises 10 multiple choice questions. You need to use the official Unisa mark-reading sheet when submitting this assignment or you may submit it by means of the SOL system. Follow the instructions on how to use and complete mark-reading sheets in the Unisa: services and procedures brochure. Ensure that you answer all the questions and that your numbering is correct. 1 Which one of the following is NOT important to consider when developing a pay structure? 1 legal compliance 2 employee acceptance of differentials 3 working conditions 4 employee characteristics 2 Which one of the following is a legally required benefit? 1 Pension 2 Medical insurance 3 Group life insurance 4 Vacation leave 3 The first decision in job analysis is: 1 What type of collection method should be used? 2 Who should be the source of the information? 3 How can employee acceptance of the results be ensured? 4 What is the purpose of the job analysis? 4 Which one is NOT a basis for evaluating jobs? 1 The nature of the skills required 2 Individual performance on the job 3 Relative value of the job 4 Job content 5 Which one of the following is NOT a characteristic of a benchmark job? 1 Its contents are well known and stable 2 It is usually high paying 3 It is common across a number of different employers 4 It is accepted in the labour market for setting pay levels
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MNH306-K/101 10 6 Which one of the following statements is NOT true regarding compensable factors? Compensable factors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 should reflect what the organisation values in the work 2 are related to job content 3 should remain the same 4 are a central part of the point method 7 The lowest wage an employee will accept for a job is known as a 1 reservation wage 2 marginal wage 3 signalling wage 4 bargaining wage 8 Broadbanding . . . . . . . . . . . 1 is a means of dealing with the cost of living 2 bases pay on going rates in the local labour market 3 encourages lateral movement across functions in an organisation 4 is more common for professional jobs 9 Wage survey data is used to 1 determine a competitive pay policy 2 rank jobs relative to the market 3 determine which jobs will be chosen as benchmark jobs 4 determine the internal job hierarchy 10 A two-tier compensation plan in a unionised environment means 1 union and non-union employees are paid two different rates 2 shift differentials apply to employees on different shifts 3 that different conditions of employment are applicable to employees hired after a specified date 4 after a certain number of years on the job, an employee is entitled to promotion
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MNH306-K/101 11 ASSIGNMENT 03 This assignment must NOT be sent to the University.
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