p 22 Choices among pay for performance flat rate pay and profit sharing are

P 22 choices among pay for performance flat rate pay

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37. (p. 22) Choices among pay for performance, flat rate pay and profit sharing are examples of _____ policy decisions. A. internal alignmentB. efficiencyC.employee contributionsD. managementDifficulty: Medium38. (p. 23) According to the text, which of the following decisions should be made jointly? Difficulty: Easydownload full file at
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download full file at 39. (p. 22) Which of the following policy decisions directly affects employees' attitudes and work behaviors? Difficulty: Easy40. (p. 23) Which of the following decisions answers the "So What" question? Difficulty: Medium41. (p. 23) If an organization allows workers to get rewards such as stock options due to illegal and unethical means, this reflects a failure of which policy choice? A. Internal alignmentB. EfficiencyC. Employee contributionsD.ManagementDifficulty: Difficult42. (p.25) You are an HR manager and your boss has told you to find the best way to raise job performance. After some research you find that _____ produce(s) the largest and most reliable performance increases. Difficulty: Mediumdownload full file at
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download full file at 43. (p. 25-27) Which of the following is not a guideline for determining if research has value? Difficulty: Medium44. (p. 26) A measure of how changes in one variable are related to changes in another variable is: Difficulty: Difficult45. (p. 27) The best way to establish _____ is to account for competing explanations, either statistically or through control groups. A.causationB. profitabilityC. correlation coefficientD. internal alignment Difficulty: DifficultTrue / False Questions46. (p. 4) Companies that pay high wages compared to their industry competitors, such as Nucor Steel and General Motors did for many years, are likely to go bankrupt.FALSEDifficulty: Medium download full file at
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download full file at 47. (p. 5) A financial expert concluded that misaligned incentive programs were a major cause of the recent crisis in the US financial system.
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