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Activity 8.6 Study the sections “Specific pay-for-performance plans: short term” (pp 289-297), “Team incentive plans” (pp 297-310) and “Explosive interest in long-term incentive plans” (pp 313- 317) in chapter 10 of the prescribed book. Self-evaluation study unit 8 Do the review questions (p 318) applicable to chapter 10 of the prescribed book. Activity 9.2 Delete this activity. Activity 9.3 Read the section “Common errors in appraising performance” (pp 333-334) in chapter 11 of the prescribed book. Activity 9.4 Read the section “Strategies for better understanding and measuring job performance” (pp 334-353) in chapter 11 of the prescribed book. Activity 9.7 Read the section “Putting it all together: the performance evaluation process” (pp 353-355) in chapter 11 of the prescribed book. Activity 9.8 Read the sections “Equal employment opportunity and performance evaluation” (pp 355-359), “Tying pay to subjectively appraised performance” (pp 355-358) and “Promotional increases as a pay-for-performance tool” (pp 358) in chapter 11 of the prescribed book. Activity 10.1 Study the sections “Why the growth in employee benefits?” (pp 406-407) and “The value of
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18 employee benefits” (pp 407-409) in chapter 12 of the prescribed book. Activity 10.2 Study the sections “Key issues in benefits planning, design, and administration” (pp 409-414) and “Components of a benefits plan” (pp 414-421) in chapter 12 of the prescribed book. Activity 10.4 Study the section “Administering the benefits program” (pp 421-426) in chapter 12 of the prescribed book. Activity 11.1 Study the section “The impact of unions in wage determination” (pp 494-504) in chapter 15 of the prescribed book. Activity 11.3 Study the section “Unions and alternative reward systems” (pp 504-506) in chapter 15 of the prescribed book. Self-evaluation study unit 11 Do the review questions (p 508) applicable to chapter 15 of the prescribed book. Activity 12.1 Study the sections “Minimum wage” (pp 551-553), “Living wage” (pp 553-554), “Pay discrimination: what is it?” (pp 559-560), “The equal pay act” (pp 560-563), “Pay discrimination and dissimilar jobs” (pp 563-566), “The earning gap” (pp 566-573) and “Comparable worth” (pp 573-577). Activity 12.2 Study the following sections in chapter 18 of the prescribed book: “Managing labour costs” (pp 582-587) “Control salary level: top down” (pp 587-590) “Control salary level: bottom up” (pp 590-593) “Inherent controls” (pp 595-600) Activity 12.3 Study the following sections in chapter 18 of the prescribed book: “Communication: managing the message” (pp 600-605) “Pay as change agent” (p 605) “Structuring the compensation function” (pp 606-607) Self-evaluation study unit 12 Do the review questions (p 609) applicable to chapter 18 of the prescribed book.
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19 MNH306K/101 APPENDIX B COMPULSORY ASSIGNMENTS FOR STUDENTS REGISTERED FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER Assignment 01 comprises 20 multiple-choice questions. Different assignments are set for semesters 01 and 02. In this assignment you are required to select the most appropriate option from the “answer section” of each question (options 1 to 4). Choose the option which you think is the correct (most appropriate) one. In other
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