D external market value 6 Views of job evaluation include all except A

D external market value 6 views of job evaluation

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D. external market value. 6. Views of job evaluation include all except __________. A. negotiati on B. measureme nt C. legal mandate D. external market link 7. The beginning of job evaluation is most closely associated with A. negotiatio n. B. measureme nt. C. legal mandate. D. externalmarket link.
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8. The primary usefulness of job evaluation is: A. that it acts as a measurement tool for job performance. B. that it provides a framework for exchange of views. C. that it acts as a the basis of any bargaining agreement. D. that it provides the basis to assess competitive strength(s). 9. The second major decision in job evaluation is to: A. obtain involvement of relevant stakeholders. B. select single or multiple plans. C. choose among alternative approaches. D. establish purpose of evaluation. 10.The first major decision in job evaluation is to: A. obtain involvement of relevant stakeholders. B. select single or multiple plans. C. choose among alternative approaches. D. establishpurpose of evaluation. 11.Which of the following is not a factor indicating a pay structure is aligned? A. Fits the external labor market B. Supports organization strategy C. Is fair to employees D. Motivates behavior toward organization objectives
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12.Which of the following is the correct sequence? A. Job description > Job evaluation > Pay structure B. Job evaluation > Job description > Job structure C. Job analysis > Job description > Job evaluation > Pay structure D. Job description > Job evaluation > Job structure 13.By answering the question, "How does this job add value?" job evaluation best: A. supports work flow. B. supports organization strategy. C. reduces disputes over pay differences. D. motivates behavior toward organizational objectives. 14.Which of the following is not true of usage of multiple plans versus single job evaluation plans? A. Employers rarely evaluate all jobs in the organization at one time. B. Many employers design different evaluation plans for different types of work. C. Typically, a related group of jobs is used for evaluation. D. A single universal plan is acceptable to employees if the work covered is highly diverse. 15.Which of the following is not a characteristic of a benchmark job? A. It is not unique to a particular employer. B. A reasonable proportion of the work force is employed in this job. C. The pay level is the best in the industry. D. The content of the job relatively stable over time.
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16.The breadth of work is likely to be narrowest in: A. an executive search firm. B. a hospital. C. a small manufacturing company. D. a university. 17.The number of job evaluation plans an organization uses depends upon the: A. number of employees. B. number of departments or verticals. C. depth of work. D. level of detail to make pay decisions. 18.A small organization is most likely to use _____ for job evaluation.
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