Human Resources Management Chapter 4 notes:
business ethics - A code of moral principles and values that govern organizational
utilitarian ethical decision - A decision based on the principle that the behavior that
causes the greatest good for t
Human Resources Management Chapter 3 notes:
expert power - Power based on individual expertise.
referent power - Power derived from the degree in which one is admired and people
want to emulate them.
authoritarian leadership type - Characterized by dictat
Human Resources Management Chapter #2 notes:
punishment - Giving something unpleasant for an undesired behavior.
Extinction - Withdrawal of a reward.
continuous reinforcement - When every desired behavior is reinforced; effective when
the behavior is new.
Human Resources Management Chapter 5 notes:
locus control - The degree in which an individual believes they have control of their fate.
external locus - Belief that things happen due to luck or chance.
internal locus - Belief that things happen due to the
Human Resources Management Chapter 6 notes:
job enlargement - A process to make the job more complex to improve the level of
boredom of an oversimplified job.
job enrichment - A use of motivators to increase satisfaction.
characteristics model - A concept
Human Resources Management Chapter 7 notes:
Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures - A procedural document
designed by the federal government to assist in hiring, promotion, transfer,
demotion, dismissal, and referrals.
adverse impact - Rejec
Human Resources Management Chapter 10 notes:
360-degree appraisal - The combination of various appraisal systems to give the
manager and employee the best view into the performance.
distributional errors - An appraisal error involving groups of ratings gi
Human Resources Management Chapter 9 notes:
training - Teaching short-term skills. May be "on-the-job" or "off-the-job".
Development - Teaching long-term skills.
development assignments - Encourages teamwork and knowledge transfer among
Human Resources Management Chapter 8 notes:
resignation - An intent to resign from a company that is typically expressed in written
communication to the employee's manager.
unencouraged resignation - A resignation in which an employee chooses to resign
Human Resources Management chapter 1 notes:
core competencies - An integrated knowledge within an organization that sets it out from
informal factors - Includes the social environment of the workplace and informal work