Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 57

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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 57

Q1 | Ensuring implementation of ‘HR’ policies by line managers is part of
  • Line functions
  • Coordinative functions
  • Staff functions
  • all of above
Q2 | Indicate the correct code for the following statements about Assertion (A) And Reason (R): Assertion (A): All ethical theories are not equally applicable every time in all types of ethical dilemma resolution. Reason (R): The ethical resolution should be based as far as possible on a cognitive ethical principle with justification. Codes:
  • (A) is correct, (R) is incorrect.
  • (R) is correct, (A) is incorrect.
  • Both the statements (A) and (R) are correct.
  • Both the statements (A) and (R) are incorrect.
Q3 | An enterprise gets more output and mutual cooperation from its subordinate staff by adopting
  • Motivating by Leadership
  • Motivation by participation
  • Motivation by goals
  • Motivation by Challenges
Q4 | Too much of reliance on internal recruitment can result in
  • Internal conflict
  • High labour turnover
  • Poor group dynamics
  • Reduced job performance
Q5 | If a worker gets a premium for extra ‘output’ than a ‘set standard’ is called
  • standard hour plan
  • standard piece rate
  • standard piecework
  • variable hour plan
Q6 | Which of the following is an example of operative function of HR managers?
  • planning
  • Organizing
  • Procurement
  • Controlling
Q7 | Employees beliefs that successful performance leads to rewards is best explanation of
  • expectancy
  • instrumentality
  • valence
  • de-expectancy
Q8 | Method according to which two or more people share a full time single job, classified as
  • severance sharing
  • flexible sharing
  • benefit sharing
  • job sharing
Q9 | Human capital refers to
  • education of firm’s workers
  • training of firm’s workers
  • skills and expertise of firm’s workers
  • all of above
Q10 | Hawthorne Experiment findings led to
  • Systems Approach
  • Behavioural Approach
  • Human Relations Approach
  • Scientific Management Approach
Q11 | Analyzing and identifying specific skills, needed for specific job is called
  • need analysis competency model
  • competency model
  • task analysis
  • Both A and C
Q12 | An entrepreneur who is neither willing to introduce new changes nor to adopt new methods is known as:
  • Adoptive Entrepreneur
  • Fabian Entrepreneur
  • Innovative Entrepreneur
  • Drone Entrepreneur
Q13 | Recruitment is concerned with the process of
  • Selection of right candidate
  • Developing a pool of potential employees
  • Inviting application for jobs
  • None of the above
Q14 | What is the operative function of human resource management?
  • Controlling
  • Organising
  • procurement
  • None of the above
Q15 | After translating company mission intostrategic goals, next step is to
  • formulate strategies
  • implement the strategies
  • evaluate performance
  • none of above
Q16 | Fish bone analysis as a tool of quality circle was advanced by
  • Joseph Juran
  • Phillip Crosby
  • Edward Deming
  • Kouru Ishi Kawa
Q17 | Motivating the employees is classified as
  • Informational role
  • Interpersonal role
  • Decisional role
  • Conceptual role
Q18 | Company ‘Asian paints’ operates in 18 countries is an example of
  • Horizontal integration
  • Vertical integration
  • Geographic expansion
  • none of above
Q19 | Glass ceiling refers to
  • Moderate difficulties in training of women workforce
  • Artificial barriers based on attitudinal and organizational bias preventing career growth of women
  • Personality weaknesses hindering career growth of women
  • Transperency at higher levels in organisation
Q20 | An interview in which candidates are asked about relevant past experiences is a
  • situational interview
  • situational test
  • behavioral tests
  • job related questions
Q21 | HRM is more whereas Personnel Management is slightly narrow
  • Complex
  • Detailed
  • Mechanical
  • Growth-oriented
Q22 | In career development, providing assistance programs for academic learning is an art of
  • individual role
  • manager role
  • employer role
  • line manager
Q23 | Which of the following statement is true?
  • Profit sharing is an agreement freely entered into by which the employees receive share fixed in advance from the organization’s profits.
  • An experiment in profit shares on a wide scale would therefore be definitely undertaking a voyage of an unchartered sea.
  • Profit distribution under a profit sharing plan are used to fund employee retirement plans.
  • All of the above.
Q24 | What is meant by the term “Management” by Objectives’?
  • system of giving the authority to carry out certain jobs by those lower down the management hierarchy
  • The system of management that is based on bringing together experts into a team
  • The setting of objectives to bring about the achievement of the corporate goals
  • The control of the Organisation by those in the ‘head office’
Q25 | In ‘HRD’ scorecard scales; scale‘10’ represents
  • moderate maturity level
  • least maturity level
  • highest maturity level
  • all of above