Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 40

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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 40

Q1 | Second step in planning process is to
  • Set an objective
  • Evaluate alternatives
  • Determine strength and weaknesses
  • none of above
Q2 | is the right to make decisions, to direct the work of others, and to give orders.
  • Leadership
  • Authority
  • Delegation
  • Management
Q3 | What composes the ‘SMART’ goals?
  • Simple, Monetary, Achieved, Reliable, Total
  • Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time Bound
  • Strategic, Measurable, Analytical, Reportable, Technical
  • Strategic, Market oriented, Analytical, Reportable, Technical
Q4 | According to Fredrick Herzberg, person’s “higher-level” needs are
  • accomplishment and recognition
  • food and shelter
  • friendships
  • secure income
Q5 | In the future, HR managers will have to deal with all of the following workforce changes, except
  • a more racially diverse workforce
  • a skills shortfall among workers
  • an abundance of entry level workers
  • an older workforce
Q6 | Off the Job Training Method consists
  • Role Playing Method
  • Case Study Method
  • Programmed Training
  • All of the above
Q7 | A brief write-up of what the job is all about is
  • Job finding
  • Job summary
  • Job analysis
  • Job specification
Q8 | How many stages does the recruitment process comprise of?
  • 2
  • 6
  • 9
  • 5
Q9 | The first 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
Q10 | In employees pension plan, a portion of employees earnings contribution into fund, classified as
  • cash balance plans
  • early retirement window
  • deferred profit sharing plan
  • savings and thrift plan
Q11 | The focus of Human Resource Management revolves around
  • Machine
  • Motivation
  • Money
  • Men
Q12 | is the process of deciding what positions the firm will have to fill?
  • Recruitment
  • Selection
  • Personnel Planning
  • Interviewing
Q13 | An employee can be laid off when the organization has
  • Acquired labour more than the required.
  • Purchased raw material more than the immediate required.
  • Breakdown of machinery.
  • All of the above.
Q14 | ‘survey research’ is an example is
  • human process intervention
  • techno structural interventions
  • strategic interventions
  • HRM interventions
Q15 | Employee morale relates to
  • productivity
  • Attitude
  • Empathy
  • Skills
Q16 | Job identification is one of the components of
  • Job specification
  • Job design
  • Job description
  • Job evaluation
Q17 | Which of the following are most closely interconnected?
  • Leadership and organization structure
  • Leadership and motivation
  • Leadership and planning
  • Leadership and performance appraisal
Q18 | Performance Appraisal is a double edged tool to
  • Offering challenges for promotion
  • Accompanying the course of Demotion
  • Create space for the employee to organisationally survive
  • All of the above
Q19 | Providing personal development opportunities, shifting of an employee from one job to another, without altering their job designation, considered as a
  • promotion
  • transfer
  • reality shock
  • formal training
Q20 | Hawthorne Experiment is related to the
  • Systems theory
  • Classical theory
  • Human relations theory
  • Scientific management theory
Q21 | Operating profit margin is included in
  • short-term of shareholder value
  • long-term shareholder value
  • economic value added
  • managerial job evaluation
Q22 | Finding ways to reduce is a key responsibility of management.
  • Dissatisfaction
  • Uncertainty
  • Stress
  • None of the above
Q23 | Management of performance ensures
  • continuous improvement
  • discontinue improvement
  • performance reviews
  • both A and C
Q24 | Human Resource Management aims to maximize employees as well as Organizational
  • Effectiveness
  • Economy
  • efficiency
  • Performativity
Q25 | Public recognition such as an award in organized function is best classified as an example of
  • financial awards
  • non-financial rewards
  • proportional award
  • fixed award