A list of the duties, responsibilities, reporting relationship, working conditions and supervisory responsibilities of...
A. job enlargement B. job design C. job description D. job enlistment
A. job analysis B. job design C. job description D. job summary
A. job specification B. job analysis C. job description D. none of the above
A. job specification B. job design C. job description D. job evaluation
A. selection, recruitment, induction and promotions B. appraisal, rewards, promotions and retention C. selection, recruitment, rewards and promotion D. selection, appraisal, rewards and human resource development
A. unprepared type of interview B. unstructured interview C. unconditional interview D. none of the above
A. a structured interview B. a well-organized interview C. a systematic type interview D. none of the above
A. Specific Job Design B. Job Identification C. Specific Particular Analysis D. Job Description
A. design jobs with increased motivational properties B. assign jobs with proper motivational properties C. analyse jobs with increase and proper motivation D. describe jobs with increase motivation for proper jobs
A. Workflow B. Autonomy C. Feedback D. Diversity
A. worth job specification B. job description C. job evaluation D. job identification
A. Task identity B. Task significance C. Feedback D. Autonomy
A. job specification B. job description C. job analysis D. job design
A. A Staff function B. A line function C. A staff function, line function and accounting function D. All of the above
A. workforce and cultural factors B. employee availability and abilities C. ergonomics and cultural factors D. feedback and diversity factors
A. Hiring B. Recruitment C. Selection D. Retention
A. Hockman and Coldham B. Hockman and Oldcham C. Hackman and Oldham D. Horkman and Olatham
A. Delphi Techniques B. Statistical Techniques C. Work Study Techniques D. All of the above
A. to find out how manpower is to be utilized B. to prepare inventory for scheduling manpower C. the data collected about the present employees of an organization D. the data as calculated by...
A. Employment Lines B.Employees' Association C. Labour Market D. Labour Schemes
A. internet job boards B. career websites C. employer websites D. all of the above
A. Organizations are now less hierarchical in nature B. Organizations are now generally focusing upon domestic rather than international matters C. Organizations have adopted more flexible norms D. Organizations have been subject to a...
A. job finding B. job summary C. job analysis D. job specification
A. behavioral factors B. environmental factors C. organizational factors D. all of the above
A. Autonomy B. Diversity C. Feedback D. All of the above
A. Harvard Model B. Michigan Model C. Integrated Model D. Warwick System Model
A. Subjective B. Objective C. Normative D. Positive
A. HR outcomes interest B. Behavioral interest C. Stakeholders interest D. Performance interest
A. Workflow and culture B. Autonomy and feedback C. Employee availability and abilities D. Culture and diversity
A general statement or understanding which provides guidelines for decision-making to H.R. managers in...
A. H.R. Vision statement B. H.R. Philosophy C. H.R. Mission statement D. H.R. Policy
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