Practice test 2
Outside recruitment sources include all of the following except:
a. employees recalled from a layoff.
b. college campuses and vocational schools.
c. labor unions.
d. walk-in job applicants.
A factor in determining the choice of outside s
DOES NON-RELATED WORK ENRICHMENT IMPROVE EMPLOYEE
DOES NON-RELATED WORK ENRICHMENT IMPROVE EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE?
Part 1: Research Question
Mission Statement: We strive to offer our customers the lowest possible prices, the best
available selection, and the utmost convenience.
Analysis: A mission statement is t
Chapter 1 Vocab
Human resources management (HRM) - the process of managing human talent to achieve an
Human capital- the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of individuals that have economic value to
Discussion Questions LO 1-3
1. Identify the three key elements of the human resources planning
model and discuss the relationship among them.
a. The three key elements of the HR planning model are Forecasting
Staffing Needs- Prediction of employe
Question II: Suggest advantages and disadvantages for a
pay-for-performance policy for Performance Sports
HRM News Article
February 25 ,
Nepotism has a thin line. It is one thing to accept your colleagues son into a program that you
are coordinating, but it is a whole other story if your colleagues son is getting highly preferential
treatment in the
February 4, 2014
Employees experience a sense of pressure in an organization at times. This pressure often
leads to the question, Am I about to get fired? Unfortunately, given some circumstances this
nightmare soon becomes a reality
February 4, 2014
In order to have efficient workplace harmony, it is important to have diversity. Diversity is an
important part of a balance in the workplace. This article talks about "the benefits and
desirability of achieving a di
Making Pay Decisions
How much to pay employees
Method to pay employees
Efficiency of decided method
Pay by Performance
Paying commission to
customer service reps can:
Increase incentive for
employees to push sales
CHAPTER 4 STUDY GUIDE
What is a Job?
A group of related activities and duties
The different duties and responsibilities performed by only one employee
A group of individual jobs with similar characteristics
1. What is the focus of the case study?
The main focus of this case study to decide how to pay Performance Sports new managerial position.
The founder of the company, Perkins, sees that a main competitor, East Valley Sports is paying its
1. Internal Labor markets- labor markets in which workers are hired into entry level job and
higher level jobs are filed from within
a. People hired from outside can be a source of new ideas and creativity and
latest knowledge also revenue
I. Employee Rights and Privacy
Employee Rights- the guarantees of fair treatment that workers expect in return
for their services to an employer
Become rights when granted by courts, legislature, or employers
Right to protest unfair discipli
What is a Job?
Recruiting Talent Externally
Tight market: high employment, few available workers
Loose market: low employment, many available workers
Matching People and Jobs
Training and Development and
Other HRM Functions
The Scope of Training
Requirements for a Sound Benefits Program
The Chief Objectives of Benefits Programs
Employee Rights and Privacy
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Patricia E Sadler
By appointment. I try to be there one half hour before class.
Managing Human Resources
Bohlander and Snell
CHAPTER 1 STUDY GUIDE
Why Study Human Resources Management
Human Resources Management (HRM)
The process of managing human resources (human capital and intellectual assets)
to achieve an organizations objectives.
Why Study HRM?
Staffing the organization, d