Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 33

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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 33

Q1 | On basis of comparable jobs, variables such as skills, responsibility and working conditions, considered as
  • logical factors
  • comprehensive factors
  • compensable factors
  • intuitive factors
Q2 | The following system is simple, less expensive and less time consuming.
  • Paired comparison
  • Confidential report system
  • Ranking
  • Checklist method
Q3 | Method in which employer first choose higher and lowest, then secondly choosing highest and lowest is
  • alternation ranking method
  • point method
  • ranking method
  • job classification
Q4 | The process which is continuous and stops only when the organisation ceases to exist
  • Training
  • Job evaluation
  • Hiring
  • All of the above
Q5 | Who among the following propounded the theory of industrial democracy?
  • John T. Dunlop
  • Allan Flanders
  • Neil W. Chamberlain
  • Sydney& Beatrice Webbs
Q6 | Which of the following is not a function normally performed by HR department?
  • Accounting
  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Pay and Reward
  • Employee Relations
Q7 | Kind of union security from employees unions in which company can hire people that are not members of unions is classified as
  • closed shop
  • union shop
  • agency shop
  • preferential shop
Q8 | Voluntarily helping less experienced employees is part of
  • formal mentoring
  • informal mentoring
  • career interests
  • developmental needs
Q9 | Which of the following is a key HR role
  • Personnel administrator
  • Business ally
  • Payroll advisor
  • Organisational geographer
Q10 | Showing employees their performance graphs and quantitative data is an example of
  • performance feedback
  • performance appraisal
  • appraisal system
  • appraisal feedback
Q11 | The following technique(s) is based on the critical incident approach.
  • Behaviorally anchored rating scales (BARS)
  • Critical incident technique
  • Both (A) and (B)
  • None of the above
Q12 | Which of the following types of control involves evaluation of inputs and taking corrective actions before the operation is completed?
  • Feed Forward Control
  • Concurrent Control
  • Feedback Control
  • Forward Control
Q13 | The last step in the e-selection process is
  • consider how the various new stakeholders and clients will use the system
  • train the employees that will be responsible for the administration of the process
  • draw-up a flow chart of the current assessment process
  • draft the desired flow process that will result from the E-selection process
Q14 | Communications and employs’ participation is part of
  • company’s plan
  • strategic plan
  • vision
  • mission
Q15 | Providing step by step training and enlisting job’s basic tasks is
  • job rotation
  • off the job training
  • job instruction training
  • apprenticeship training
Q16 | Information about specific salary and wage rate for particular job is part of
  • salary survey
  • market survey
  • equity survey
  • HR survey
Q17 | Which of the following is not a type of HRM strategy?
  • Task focused strategy
  • Placating HRM strategy
  • Turnaround HRM strategy
  • Development oriented strategy
Q18 | Method of disciplining, which usually involves systems of paid decision-making leaves and oral warnings is classified as
  • punitive discipline
  • distributive discipline
  • descriptive discipline
  • no punitive discipline
Q19 | ‘educational level’ of executive is classified as
  • working capital
  • human capital
  • compensation capital
  • size of working capital
Q20 | A group interviewer, questions are beingasked from group of interviewee, considered as
  • panel interview
  • mass interview
  • computer interview
  • personal interview
Q21 | Human Resource Management (HRM) is a part of the broad Human Resource Development (HRD) System, as this focus to
  • Selection, Induction, Training and Development
  • Operational and Organisational Options
  • (A) and (B) above
  • None of the above
Q22 | Second step in validating a test is
  • analyze the job
  • choose the tests
  • administer the tests
  • relate test scores
Q23 | Point system and factor comparison methods are placed under such category
  • Non Non-quantitative job evaluation
  • Quantitative job evaluation
  • Any of the above
  • None of the above
Q24 | Demonstrable skills, knowledge or behaviors that enable employee’s performance are called
  • competencies
  • job description
  • job specification
  • job evaluation
Q25 | The provides the essential information on which each job is evaluated.
  • Job ranking
  • Job enrichment
  • Job description
  • Job enlargement