Compensation The impact of union representation and
managing in a union environment
Unions do not just happen. They are frequently caused by some management action or inaction that
workers perceive as unfair. For example, in a 6:1 decision, the Supreme Co
Compensation Job security, downsizing, and employee
In the past, loyal, hardworking employees could expect a secure job in return for dedicated work for the
organization. However, this is no longer the case and the traditional
Job evaluations are systematic procedures to determine the relative worth or value of jobs. Although
evaluations take several different approaches, each one considers the duties, responsibilities, and
working conditions of the job. The pur
Compensation Federal and provincial safety regulations
Each province as well as the federal jurisdiction has detailed legislation addressing health and safety, and
most employers and employees are governed by provincial legislation. Although this chapter
Implications of the appraisal process
Training Raters and Employees
Whether a simple comparative method or a sophisticated assessment centre is used, raters and
employees alike need knowledge of the system and its purpose. Just knowing whether the apprais
Chapter 10 Key
In which of the following situations are larger incentive components appropriate?
A. When organizations have a highly variable annual performance and employees have jobs that
are fairly stable.
B. When organizations have a st
Chapter 13 Key
The most obvious and perhaps most common approach to managing labour costs in Canada involves:
A. reducing employees' variable
B. using competitive market
C. managing the hours worked by
D. using a top-dow
Chapter 11 Key
Variable pay plans are popular today because:
A. they signal a move toward
B. they signal a movement away from pay that changes in accordance with some measure of individual or
C. they re
Chapter 12 Key
Which of the following statements about the role of the government in compensation is true?
A. Legislation says that overtime is paid on time compensated, not on
B. Legislation aims at protecting specific groups and
Chapter 9 Key
Which of the following statements about employee benefits is true?
A. Employee benefits of all types are mandated by law and are not
B. Employee benefits are not part of a company's total compensation
Chapter 8 Key
Which of the following is the first important decision involved in determining pay levels and designing pay
(p. 161) structures?
A. Defining the purpose of the compensation
B. Choosing relevant market competitors to
Chapter 6 Key
Pay structures that link pay to the depth or breadth of the abilities and knowledge a person acquires, which
(p. 108) are relevant to work are known as _ pay structures.
Chapter 7 Key
Which of the following statements about external competitiveness is true?
A. External competitiveness refers to the competitiveness between employees of an
B. External competitiveness refers to the budget allocation
Chapter 4 Key
_ pay structures look at the tasks the people are doing and the expected outcomes.
Learning Objective: 04-01 Explain job analysis and
Chapter 3 Key
Internal alignment refers primarily to:
A. the value of the work of one individual compared to that of another
B. the strategy of paying above market
C. the pay relationships among jobs, skills, and competenc
Chapter 1 Key
Pay for executives is supposed to be tied to the:
A. the company's financial
All forms of financial returns and tangible services and benefits that employees receive as part of an
employment relationship are
Chapter 2 Key
A focus on compensation decisions that help the organization gain and sustain competitive advantage is
(p. 19) known as _.
Chapter 7 Discussion Points
A company needs to decide what pay strategy they are going to incorporate within their organization to
be able to then create a pay policy based on the chosen strategy. There are three strategies they can
Establishing a market pay line that matches competitors salary levels must take into consideration the
full cost of the salary and compensation package. A determination must be made concerning the job
placement in the interna
Compensation Administration at Reynolds Plastic Products
Develop a step-by-step plan of the actions you would take and the order in which you would take them if
you were made human resource director of the Reynolds subsidiary.
For this assignment I created a graph and charted the salary points and JE scores to determine a trend
Based on the graph the JE points ranges I decided on were:
To create the
Salary Compensation Case Study
A. Identifying Mr. McBeades thinking regarding the rising production costs
Mr. McBeade could see from his Merit Pay Guide from the previous year that the
majority of the employees of the company were being paid abov
Chapter 7: Supervisory Leadership and the Management of Change
Leadership skills can be developed or born with?
-Ability to lead is something that can be learned. They tend to rely more on their
supervisory skills than on their technical skills. These are
Different languages using a common language (for ex. English)
among the workplace.
o Role of HR to provide free English classes among workers
Different cultures more knowledge about different cultures
o Role of HR organize a
1 out of 1 points
Jason is purchasing a shipping company. He wants to maintain good relations with
creditors and ensure the business is able to cover its short-term financial
obligations. Which of the following should Jason be concerned with?
1 out of 1 points
Dylan is targeting the software industry for investing because he likes the low
employee ratio to revenue compared to most other industries. What is this ratio
an example of?
Grooming Essentials - SWOT Analysis
Uniqueness: We provide a
complete package of
grooming essentials monthly
Quality: We always provide
customers with high quality
We supply a wide range of
known brand products