Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 2

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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 2

Q1 | What is the procedure in which an employer and a group of employees agree tothe conditions of work?
  • Dispute settlement
  • Collective bargaining
  • Industrial democracy
  • None of the above
Q2 | In ‘HRD’ scorecard scales, scale 1 represents
  • moderate maturity level
  • least maturity level
  • highest maturity level
  • all of above
Q3 | Which metric indicates the cost of health care per employee by providing the per capita cost of employee benefits?
  • HR expense factor
  • human capital ROI
  • health care costs per employee
  • human capital value added
Q4 | Which of the following is an outcome ofcollective bargaining?
  • Consent Award
  • Arbitration Award
  • Award of Tribunal
  • Award of Labour Court
Q5 | The sixth step of the SHRM application tool is to evaluate the plan against success criteria. During this stage it is important to note:
  • the positive effects of the actions implemented
  • the negative effects of the actions implemented
  • the failures that resulted from the implementation of the plan
  • the positive& negative effect of the
Q6 | involves a one to one discussion between the participant and administrator.
  • Counselling
  • Training
  • Motivation
  • All of the above
Q7 | Process through a person comes to know about self-skills, interests and motivation is called
  • career
  • career management
  • career planning
  • career development
Q8 | The critical role of the SHRM Application Tool is to’
  • Outline techniques, frameworks, and six steps that must be followed to effectively implement change in an organisation.
  • Develop a better strategic management process to deal with the dynamic changing environment today’s organisations face.
  • Identify and assess a narrow group of actions and plan how the organisation can overcome resistance to change.
  • identify if the organisation ’has enough staff, if the staff heed training, if the compensation practices are appropriate, and if jobs are designed correctly
Q9 | Planning function of management process involves
  • Developing employees
  • Evaluating performance
  • Establishing departments
  • Establishing goals
Q10 | Sensitivity training method is a part of
  • Vestibule training method
  • Off-the-job training method
  • On-the-job training method
  • None of the above
Q11 | HRM is amalgam of
  • Job analysis, recruitment and selection
  • Social behaviour and Business Ethics
  • Organisational behaviour, personal management and industrial relation
  • Employer and employes
Q12 | Which are not related to firm’s existing business in adding new product lines ?
  • related diversification
  • conglomerate diversification
  • diversification
  • all of above
Q13 | Which country uses the graphology test to select candidates?
  • United States
  • Germany
  • China
  • India
Q14 | Union leaders at different levels& at federations are elected on
  • democratic principle
  • political considerations
  • employer?s recommendation
  • seniority basis
Q15 | The procedure for determining the duties and skill requirements of a job and the kind of person who should be hired for it is
  • Job analysis
  • Job design
  • Job recruitment
  • Job description
Q16 | Comparison of on-the-job behavior beforeand after training programs can be classified as
  • measuring reaction
  • measuring learning
  • measuring behavior
  • measuring results
Q17 | Online career development workshops areone of method of
  • career management
  • appraisal management
  • performance management
  • employee development
Q18 | ‘T-group’ suggests that participation should be
  • voluntary
  • involuntary
  • in-house development
  • lifelong learning
Q19 | Formal procedure, in which job terminated person is counseled and trained,to secure a job position by teaching selfappraising techniques is classified as
  • termination interview
  • outplacement counseling
  • exit interviews
  • subordination interviews
Q20 | Which one of the following contains the phases of organizational development arranged in sequential order?
  • Entry into the organization, diagnosis, culture building and interventions
  • Entry into the organization, diagnosis, interventions and culture building
  • Entry into the organization, culture building, diagnosis and interventions
  • Entry into the organization, interventions, diagnosis and culture building
Q21 | When constructing the ad, it is important to consider how to best
  • Attract attention to the advertisement
  • Get right candidate
  • How will be the profit
  • The candidate reach in profit
Q22 | Why might there be some difficulty in identifying and applying the Best-practice approach to HRM in Organisations?
  • Because the best-practice approach tends to be resource- intensive
  • Because there is much variation in the literature and empirical research as to what constitutes best-practice
  • Because the best-practice approach would not fit the cost-reduction driven
  • Because the best-practice approach does not emphasize the individual business context
Q23 | What does “TCN” stand for
  • host country national
  • expatriates
  • home country national
  • Third country national
Q24 | Compulsory collective bargaining was advocated by:
  • G.L. Nanda
  • Khandubhai Desai
  • V.V. Giri
  • Jagjivan Ram
Q25 | ‘coaching’ and ‘mentoring’ require
  • analytical skills
  • logical skills
  • interpersonal skills
  • Both A and C