Q A recent study by Deloitte showed that workforce metrics resulted in improved

Q a recent study by deloitte showed that workforce

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Q: A recent study by Deloitte showed that workforce metrics resulted in improved performance in finance, recruitment, and which of the following? Ans: leadership Q: Suppose the vice president of HR wanted to understand her organization’s recruitment and retention strategies and make strategic decisions based on evidence. Which of the following would provide her with the best information? Ans: a performance matrix Q: HR technology has been growing, and according to an IBM Global Human Capital study, what did 6% of HR managers report they were effective at doing? Ans: using data to make decisions Q: According to your textbook, how many compelling reasons are there for measuring HR effectiveness? Ans: 9 Q: Which of the following best illustrates if a new HR trend is just a fad? Ans: It is a simple solution to solve complex problems. Q: According to your textbook, why have HR professionals’ salaries increased 20% to 30%? Ans: to comply with legislation Q: According to your textbook, what is one problem with measuring client satisfaction? Ans: conflicting expectations Q: How do HR executives monitor the success of organizations’ cultural programs or employee engagement? Ans: through employee attitude surveys Q: Molson-Coors discovered that a high employee engagement culture led to which indirect benefit? Ans: a better safety record Q: Which employee attitude measurement term is strongly linked with sale growth?
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HR Planning Fall 2020 Sarah Qasem Ans: advocacy Q: What are the two ways to measure HR’s contribution to organizational performance? Ans: financial measures and management perceptions of effectiveness Q: If an HR professional was making an organizational decision by determining the gain or loss that resulted from that decision, which measurement concept would he be using? Ans: utility analysis Q: What is the definition of cost–benefit analysis? Ans: the relationship between the costs of a program and its benefits Q: What is the definition of an audit? Ans: a measurement method that assesses progress against plan Q: Which of the following is the best example of an activity-based HR measurement? Ans: number of employees hired Q: What is benchmarking an effective tool for? Ans: raising questions and stimulating discussions about better ways to operate an organization Q: What is the idea behind the concept of the balanced scorecard? Ans: It arose from the idea that financial measures alone do not illustrate true organizational performance. Q: CEOs and HR professionals may differ in their preferred measurement indicators. According to a study of Canadian leaders, what are the most popular HR measures for CEOs? Ans: headcount and terminations Q; Utility analysis is a method of determining the gain or loss that results from different approaches of action.
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