Two firms are competing to hire Alicia a highly competent optics engineer who

Two firms are competing to hire alicia a highly

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55.Two firms are competing to hire Alicia, a highly-competent optics engineer who is early in her career. Both firms are of-fering similar salaries, benefits, and financial packages. Both are in desirable parts of the country. The job duties are al-most identical, and both firms are very prestigious employers. Given that Alicia is ambitious, she is likely to make her de-cision based on
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56.John’s employer has a tuition reimbursement program, but only for degrees directly applicable to the position the employ-ee currently holds. John is a manufacturing supervisor, but he wishes to earn a degree in employee safety and health and move into an HR position at the company. His boss will only pay for John to get advanced training in statistical quality control. Which of the following statements is TRUE? 57.The James Fenimore Cooper School District is located in a rural area, far from a major urban area. The school district is having a difficult time recruiting young graduates from education programs to work there. The school board is proposing to hire people with non-education college degrees who are interested in changing to a teaching career. The board plans to pay for the individual’s education to become a certified teacher and continuing education towards a master’s degree in education as a recruiting tool. The school board is proposing a ____ program. 58.An assessment center is 59.As director of training and development you are examining development programs for managers offered by vendors. It will be MOST difficult to find a development program that addresses 60.Lifelong learning tends to 61.Which of the following is a concern about the use of assessment centers? 62.Which of the following statements about psychological tests is FALSE? Psychological tests 63.As director of HR for a large organization, you are concerned about the lack of a deep internal pool of talent for middle and upper management jobs. You feel there may be employees with high management potential in lower level jobs that have not been identified and selected for development. In order to most accurately identify high potential employees you propose
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