Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 36

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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 36

Q1 | Generally in chain of command, no one can issue orders outside their own department is
  • staff managers
  • line managers
  • CEO
  • none of above
Q2 | Tests are classified on basis of measurement of
  • mental abilities
  • personality and interests
  • physical abilities
  • all of above
Q3 | ‘HRD’ dimension which is measured with help of development of questionnaire is named as
  • HRD culture
  • Business linkage score
  • HRD competence score
  • HRD system maturity score
Q4 | For continuous work growth, company’s direct, non-financial and financial payments are being received by employees, categorized as
  • benefits
  • stock ownership
  • loyalty scholarships
  • all of above
Q5 | Changing behavior of employees by rewarding or punishing is called
  • behavior modification
  • behavior modeling
  • behavior reshaping
  • behavior management
Q6 | Period in which people act as mentors for younger employees is called
  • exploration stage
  • growth stage
  • midcareer crisis sub stage
  • decline stage
Q7 | Paired comparison method can be used by
  • Superiors
  • Peers
  • Subordinates
  • All of the above
Q8 | ‘HR’ activities lead to
  • Achievement of strategic goals
  • Organizational performance
  • Emergent employee behaviors
  • all of above
Q9 | The goal of this stage of HR intranet site development is to provide employees with a truly individualized experience based on their individual profiles
  • Brochure ware
  • Transactional
  • Integrated
  • Personalised
Q10 | Hawthorne experiments were conducted at
  • Hawthorne Electric Company
  • Western Electric Company
  • General Electric Company
  • Eastern Electric Company
Q11 | occurs when an interviewer judges an applicant’s entire potential for job performance on the basis of a single trait, such as how the applicant dresses or talks.
  • Halo - effect
  • Unstructured
  • Stress producing
  • None of the above
Q12 | In 360-degree feedback, ratings are collected from
  • supervisors
  • subordinates
  • peers
  • all of above
Q13 | A stage which concludes major career reassessments is called
  • exploration stage
  • growth stage
  • midcareer crisis sub stage
  • maintenance stage
Q14 | When an employee harms a third party because of inadequate employee training, it is called
  • training
  • negligent training
  • both A and B
  • none of above
Q15 | In Vroom’s theory, motivation is a product of
  • expectancy
  • instrumentality
  • valence
  • all of above
Q16 | Fair procedures perceived for allocationof job pay rates is included in
  • procedural equity
  • pay rate equity
  • primary equity
  • individual equity
Q17 | 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
Q18 | Under method, common factors toall the jobs are identified.
  • Point
  • Merit
  • Factor comparison
  • Ranking
Q19 | In Factor Comparison method, each factor is ascribed a
  • Money value
  • Ranking
  • Scale
  • None of the above
Q20 | A personnel plan requires forecast of
  • personnel needs
  • supply of inside candidates
  • supply of outside candidates
  • all of above
Q21 | Managers subscribing to assumptions attempt to structure, control and closely supervise their employees.
  • Theory ‘X’
  • Theory ‘Y’
  • Both Theory ‘X’ and Theory ‘Y’
  • Neither Theory ‘X’ nor Theory ‘Y’
Q22 | Which of the following is not a TQM technique?
  • Six Sigma
  • Quality Circles
  • Core Competency
  • Zero Defect Programmes
Q23 | Selection of the candidates is done out of
  • Target population
  • Internal sources
  • External sources
  • Internal as well as external sources
Q24 | Salary survey can be conducted through
  • primary data
  • secondary data
  • collective equity
  • both A and B
Q25 | Opening retail stores, way ‘Apple’ has opened , a classic example of
  • vertical integration
  • horizontal integration
  • consolidation
  • geographic expansion