Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 38

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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 38

Q1 | Building blocks of performance management are
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
Q2 | Typical simulated tasks include
  • management games
  • leaderless group discussion
  • The in-basket
  • all of above
Q3 | ‘functional strategy’ can also be considered as
  • departmental strategy
  • business unit
  • companywide strategy
  • business strategy
Q4 | An interview, in which supervisor andsubordinate review appraisal, called
  • structured interview
  • unstructured interview
  • appraisal interview
  • hiring interview
Q5 | In traditional focus, rewards based on production is part of
  • training and development
  • performance appraisal
  • recruiting and placement
  • compensation and benefits
Q6 | Job’s pay rate in comparison with one’sown firm is an example of
  • external equity
  • primary equity
  • secondary equity
  • collective equity
Q7 | is defined as disputes between parties submitted and decided by a neutral third party.
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Affirmation Action
  • Arbitration
  • Negotiation
Q8 | Which of the following statements is not true about benchmarking strategy of TQM?
  • It is a people driven activity.
  • It is related to the efforts of Kaizen.
  • It is related to the raising of criteria for selection.
  • It is raising the performance standards of the organization.
Q9 | Workers with manual jobs are mostly paid as
  • pay plan based on knowledge
  • pay plan based on skills
  • pay plan based on tenure
  • pay plan based on performance
Q10 | Making a fit between company’s competitive aims and each department’s plan is
  • Strategic planning
  • Strategic fit
  • Corporate strategy
  • Competitive strategy
Q11 | Which of the following is the internal sources of recruitment?
  • Promotion
  • Trainees
  • Transfer
  • All of these
Q12 | One of the dimensions included in theHarvard Model is ?
  • HR outcomes interest
  • Behavioral interest
  • Stakeholders interest
  • Performance interest
Q13 | Second step in ranking method of job evaluation is to
  • combine ratings
  • rank jobs
  • selecting compensable factors
  • grouping jobs
Q14 | Appraisals of employees must be discussed in context of
  • employees’ career aspirations
  • performance applications
  • industry leading compensation
  • employee training
Q15 | Lean production aims at:
  • Continuous improvement
  • Aim at zero defects
  • Just-in-time inventory system
  • All of the above
Q16 | ‘Talent Management’ automated end to end process involves
  • recruiting and hiring
  • managing employees
  • compensating employees
  • all of above
Q17 | Which one of the following is not in sequence of personnel training procedurei) Instructor Preparationii) Present the taskiii) Try out performanceiv) Training preparationv) Follow up.
  • (i), (ii), (iii), (iv) and (v)
  • (ii), (i), (iv), (iii) and (v)
  • (i), (iv), (ii), (iii) and (v)
  • (iii), (i), (ii), (v) and (iv)
Q18 | In which personality type we can include accountants?
  • realistic
  • investigative
  • social
  • conventional
Q19 | Anchoring jobs and slotting other jobs accordingly is called
  • benchmarking jobs
  • evaluating pay scales
  • evaluating pay grades
  • evaluating internal equity
Q20 | Management guru, Edward Deming argues that employee’s performance is result of
  • training communication
  • quality management
  • own motivation
  • both A and B
Q21 | What term refers to the knowledge, education, training, skills, and expertise of a firm’s workers?
  • human resources
  • human capital
  • intangible assets
  • knowledge assets
Q22 | Which of the following statements about Organizational Behaviour is wrong?
  • It is an inter-disciplinary subject.
  • It believes that individual, group and organization are subsystems of OB.
  • Its explanation finds roots in systems as well as contingency theories.
  • It deals only with prediction of human behaviour at work.
Q23 | Standard of ‘output’ for a job is called
  • fair day’s work
  • unfair day’s work
  • incentive rate
  • systematic soldiering
Q24 | Recruitment
  • follows selection
  • precedes selection
  • matches selection
  • none of the above
Q25 | Which of the following theories of wages was propounded by Karl Marx?
  • Wage Fund Theory
  • Subsistence Theory
  • Surplus Value Theory
  • Residual Claimant Theory