Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 14

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This set of Human Resource Management (HRM) big collection Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 14

Q1 | Situation; when parties in negotiations are not able to settle negotiations further, classified as
  • impasse
  • intervention
  • arbitration
  • mediation
Q2 | If there is no expectancy, instrumentalityand valence then there will be
  • extrinsic rewards
  • intrinsic rewards
  • motivation
  • detraction
Q3 | When planning for employment requirements, what must be forecasted?
  • Sales desired
  • Production Scheduled
  • Inventory
  • Personnel needs
Q4 | People in profession of carpenters can bebest classified as
  • realistic
  • non social
  • investigative
  • non realistic
Q5 | Who is associated with the ‘illumination experiment’ of the Hawthorne Experiment?
  • Elton Mayo
  • George A. Pennock
  • F. J. Roethlisberger
  • None of the above
Q6 | When team-building can be attempted by creating artificial teams in which people get opportunity to experiment and learn from their behaviour in a less threatening context, it is based on:
  • Team Role Approach
  • Simulation Approach
  • Action Research Approach
  • Behaviour Modification Approach
Q7 | HR Department maintains records
  • Employee
  • Sales
  • Production
  • Inventory
Q8 | Lump sum payments given to employees, who move from one assignment to another are classified as
  • ethnocentric allowances
  • mobility premiums
  • hardship allowances
  • Foreign Service premiums
Q9 | Performance development plan is set for the employee by his immediate boss.
  • Employer
  • Department Head
  • Immediate boss
  • Any of the above
Q10 | In a career development, offering and discussing variety of paths for career development, included
  • individual role
  • manager role
  • employer role
  • line manager
Q11 | Strategic management process usuallyconsists of steps.
  • Four
  • Five
  • Six
  • Seven
Q12 | Productivity means
  • An act of increasing the knowledge and skill of an employee for doing a particular job.
  • Using the minimum amount of resources need to produce goods and services.
  • One’s skill abilities in meeting the needs of the job which one is holding currently.
  • The ratio of an organisation’s output to its inputs.
Q13 | The objectives of HRM are categorized as ?
  • Personal objectives
  • Functional objectives
  • Organisational and social objectives
  • All of the above
Q14 | Top managers’ salaries traditionally depend upon
  • company size
  • company performance
  • company internal equity
  • both A and B
Q15 | Who has started that “Collective bargaining is essentially a process in which employees act as a group in seeking to shape conditions and relationships in their employment
  • Dale Yoder
  • R. F. Hoxie
  • L. G. Reynolds
  • J. F. Richardson
Q16 | The best hiring occurs when the goals of which of the following should consistent to each other?
  • HR managers, Finance managers
  • Head office, Brand
  • Organisation, individual
  • Lower managers, Top managers
Q17 | ‘process consultation’ is an example of
  • human process intervention
  • techno structural interventions
  • strategic intervention
  • HRM interventions
Q18 | A pay grade is comprised of
  • jobs of equal difficulty
  • jobs of equal pay
  • jobs of equal incentives
  • jobs of equal skills
Q19 | The following is (are) the objective(s) of inspection.
  • Quality product
  • Defect free products
  • Customer satisfaction
  • All of the above
Q20 | In management by objectives, goals are set by
  • supervisor and subordinates
  • top management
  • departmental managers
  • all of above
Q21 | What may be called the starting points of the Human Relations theory?
  • Hawthorne experiment
  • Herzberg’s work on motivation
  • Administrative principles of Henry Fayol.
  • Herbert Simon’s work on decision making
Q22 | Formulating and executing HR systems that produce employee competencies and behaviors needed to achieve the company’s strategic aims is (are):
  • Strategic HR Management
  • Strategy execution
  • HR strategies
  • Strategic implementation
Q23 | Match the following Question Correct optionA. The monitoring stage 1. The firm identifies and confirms the overall business direction.B.The clarification stage 2. Investment on the human capital and the value placed by employees on this investment.C. The assessment stage 3. The firm checks the new system against strategy.D. The design stage 4. The firm plans the proposed changes into practice. The correct order is
  • A ? 3, B ? 1, C ? 2, D ? 4
  • A ? 3, B ? 1, C ? 4, D ? 2
  • A ? 1, B ? 3, C ? 2, D ? 4
  • A ? 3, B ? 2, C ? 1, D ? 4
Q24 | Helping retirees and preparing them for retirement is an aim of
  • phased retirement
  • preretirement counseling
  • honoring experience
  • modifying selection procedure
Q25 | .... are authorized to direct the work of subordinates.
  • Line managers
  • Staff managers
  • Leaders
  • Advisory board members