1. Identify each benefit offered
The company I work for implemented a benefit package 2 months ago, as I am still getting use to
everything, and I have looked thoroughly over the package a few times recently. For starters, the package we
were offered is l
Week 3-Job Design
1. Identify how job analysis influences various HRM functions
Job Analysis is a procedure that involves systematically investigating jobs by performing
an advanced study. When completed, the Job Analysis can be used by HR Managers to
Canadian Fasteners Case Study
Canadian Fasteners is an Ottawa-based packing firm that packages nuts,
bolts, and screws for various Canadian furniture companies. The firm started
operations in 2003 with 13 employees and has grown to over 150 employees
50 Comment Interview Questions
1. Tell me about yourself:
The most often asked question in interviews. You need to have a short statement prepared in your mind. Be
careful that it does not sound rehearsed. Limit it to work-related items unless instructed
A PROJECT STUDY
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
OBJECTIVE OF PROJECT
In basic idea behind selecting the topic of Employee Hiring is to study
how employees are hired. Today organizations are coming up with the
new techniques of hiring people. Hence to study h
EFFECT OF ONLINE RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION ON LOCAL JOB MARKET
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INTRODUCTION TO COMPENSATION
Importance of Pay
Pay represents by far the most important and contentious element in
the employment relationship, and is of equal interest to the employer,
employee and government
to the empl
MEANING OF RECRUITMENT:
According to Edwin B. Flippo, Recruitment is the process of searching the
candidates for employment and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the
organisation. Recruitment is the activity that links the employers and the
RECRUITMENT & SELECTION
People are the most valuable asset for an organization. In this world of ever increasing competition, an
organization has to keep up with the varying needs of satisfaction level. This can be accomplished by
value added products and
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ( H R M )
Definition 1 Integration
HRM is a series of integrated decisions that form the employment relationships; their quality
contributes to the ability of the organizations and the employees to achie
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Which activity would a trainer suggt to a manager to ensure trainees are prepared For training?
Q 0 provide employees wlth the opportunity to review pre-training material
0 explain the ISD model to employees
0 develop an action plan for the employee
What additional Input must be incorporated into social cognitive theoryr for observed behaviours to be attempted?
x G) selfregulatlan
Job Instruction training has four steps: preparation, Instruction, perfm
What are drawbacks) of training that relies solelyr on the lecture method?
x G) too much information Is transferred In a short period oftlrne
O llnkage between onntentand Ieaming outcomes is usually weak
0 too much emohasls on accommodating different lear
What term describes perfom'lanoe aids that leverage technologf?
0 electronic perfurmanmsupport systems
0 electronic aidsupport systems
x (9 digital enhancedsupport systems
0 performance-support platforms
Whid'l of the following Is NOT a meihod of synchro
Which of the following barriers to the transfer of training have been found to be the most critical?
supervisor support and the social support system in an organization
time pressures and the lack ofopportunities to use new skills
x 0 old habits that cou
What type of training would you recommend to all employees If the aim was to Increase the general level of commitment to the organization?
0 aces-culhual training
x CD language training
a O oriental-Ian training
0 team training
What Is the concept that re
Knowledge was traditionally disseminated by oral hadltions. Il'il'hat are two of line current techniques used for disseminating knowledge?
0 virtual conference rooms and wikis
0 electronic bulletin boards and libraries
x G) connected knowledge bases and
Who are the typical internal sources of information used in environmental scanning?
x 3 customers
Question 5 II I I. point
For the variable of organizational results, which question below is typical of one used in a traini
As part of a training program, the instructor uploads an article for review. She then asks trainees to provide feedback on content during a chat session. What type
of training is the instructor using?
x instructor-led training
l-IIIIII 3203 Final Exam Frnch'on
Question 1 II I I. point
What are the most important criteria when deciding to segregate or include different levels ofemployees in the same training session?
x 3 the level of education and experience of trainees
JOB ANALYSIS AND DESIGN ASSIGNMENT
Human Resources Management (HRM 1200)
Professor: Gary Gannon
Hong Mouy Taing
Student #: 100504279
Date: March 27, 2013
Part A: Description and Job Specifications
Avie Products Inc. is planning to add a third shift to its production schedule. It currently has 450
workers involved in all aspects of its fertilizer business, best done in Canada. A recent surge in
demand from its global customers is driving the need fo
Recruitment & Selection
How good are we in managing changes, when the organization decide to make a change? If there
would be a lot of changes in a company within 5 years, you need to hire people who can adapt to the
changes quickly. (adopti
Recruitment & Selection Day 1
Recruitment and selection are a different activity. Where are the talented people? We have to know
the area. Identifying and attract and encouraging people.
Which one is related to recruitment? slide 12 is important midterm