Which of the following is true of graphic rating scales Graphic rating scales

Which of the following is true of graphic rating

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Question 11 1.Which of the following is true of graphic rating scales? Graphic rating scales are time-consuming and difficult to complete.There is no clear definition for the qualities measured by graphic rating scales.The results obtained from graphic rating are difficult to quantify.Graphic rating scales cannot be used to compare performance ratings between employees. 2 points Question 12 1.Which of the following is a method of generating job candidates? 2 points Question 13 1.Personality tests are good overall predictors of job performance. 2 points Question 14 1.Papercraft Inc. is considering introducing a job sharing program for some departments in the company. Which of the following, if true, would weaken Papercraft's decision?
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2 points Question 15 1.JEG is opening a new manufacturing plant and has approached an employment agency to begin the recruitment process for shop floor workers. The HR manager objects to this, saying that the company should conduct its own recruitment. Which of the following is a disadvantage of using an employment agency to generate job candidates? They generate responses from unqualified applicants who need to receive explanations about why they did not get the job.Executive search firms are more efficient at generating candidates for lower-level jobs.The services of employment agencies are not cost-effective for low-level and low-paying jobs.They are less effective when the firm is looking for a different type of employee than it currently has. 2 points Question 16 1.Quid pro quo sexual harassment involves requests or implied suggestions that sexual relations are required in exchange for continued employment or benefits. 2 points Question 17 1.Employment agencies tend to be expensive, so they are usually not cost-effective for low-level and low-paying jobs. 2 points Question 18 1.The capabilities that employees possess can form the basis of competitive advantage.
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