Ans True Learning Objective 11 4 Cognitive Domain Knowledge Answer Location Pay

Ans true learning objective 11 4 cognitive domain

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Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Pay for Performance or Pay for Longevity?Question Type: TF116. True or False. Longevity philosophies are also known as entitlement-style philosophies.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Pay for Performance or Pay for Longevity?Question Type: TF117. True or False. Performance philosophies of compensation don’t tend to work well in competitive industries.Ans: FalseLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Pay for Performance or Pay for Longevity?Question Type: TF118. True or False. Competency-based or skill-based pay will hinge partly on what skills employees bring to work and whether or not those skills are needed.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Skill-based or Competency-based Pay?
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Lussier and Hendon, Human Resource Management, 2eInstructor ResourceQuestion Type: TF119. True or False. Competencies and skills are the same thing.Ans: FalseLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Skill-based or Competency-based Pay?Question Type: TF120. True or False. It is unlikely that employees will bring unnecessary skills or competencies tothe organization.Ans: FalseLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Skill-based or Competency-based Pay?Question Type: TF121. True or False. Efficiency Wage Theory says that if a company pays higher wages, it can generally hire better people who will in turn be more productive.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: At, Above, or Below the Market?Question Type: TF122. True or False. Wage compression widens the pay gap between new and experienced employees.Ans: FalseLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Wage CompressionQuestion Type: TF123. True or False. Wage compression generally occurs all at once in an organization.Ans: FalseLearning Objective: 11-4
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Lussier and Hendon, Human Resource Management, 2eInstructor ResourceCognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Wage CompressionQuestion Type: TF124. True or False. Wage compression weakens the desired link between pay and performance.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Wage CompressionQuestion Type: TF125. True or False. Pay secrecy clauses are becoming more dangerous to companies who choose to enforce them.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Pay SecrecyQuestion Type: TF126. True or False. Pay secrecy clauses almost immediately create motivation and job satisfaction problems because of perceptions of inequity.Ans: TrueLearning Objective: 11-4Cognitive Domain: KnowledgeAnswer Location: Pay SecrecyQuestion Type: TF127. True or False. We have to provide equal pay for equal work unless there is a difference in productivity, seniority, merit, or other factors other than sex.
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