CHAPTER 6EMPLOYEE SELECTION
1. The final decision to hire an applicant usually belongs to:
a. the HR recruiter.
b. the HR manager.
2. The type of information obtained from an applicant should be based on:
CHAPTER 3EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AND HUMAN
1. The employment of individuals in a fair and nonbiased manner is called
a. affirmative action
b. equal employment opportunity
c. civil rights policy
d. uniform guidelin
CHAPTER 4JOB ANALYSIS AND JOB DESIGN
1. A job-analysis approach that utilizes an inventory of the various types of work activities that can
constitute any job is known as:
a. functional job analysis
b. the critical incident method
CHAPTER 7TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
1. About _ of larger firms have chief learning officers.
a. 10 percent
b. 30 percent
c. 50 percent
d. 70 percent
2. The terms "training" and "development":
a. mean the same thing
b. both refer to short ter
CHAPTER 5EXPANDING THE TALENT POOL: RECRUITMENT AND
1. _ is a labor market in which workers are hired into entry level jobs and higher levels are filled from
a. Internal labor markets
b. External labor markets
c. Global sou
CHAPTER 8PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND THE EMPLOYEE
1. A _ one in which all employees of a company are reviewed at the same time of year rather than on
the anniversary dates they were hired.
a. Justinian review system
CHAPTER 2STRATEGY AND HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING
1. The process of setting procedures for making decisions about the organizations long-term goals and
strategies is called:
a. strategic planning.
b. HR planning.
c. job analysis.
CHAPTER 1THE CHALLENGE OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
1. Which of the following is NOT a competitive challenge within the Human Resources Management
a. changes in the marketplace
d. employee rights