Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 8

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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 8

Q1 | Recruitment is concerned with
  • Getting applications
  • Selecting the right candidate
  • Developing a pool of job candidates
  • None of the above
Q2 | In job classification, group which contains similar jobs is called
  • classes
  • grades
  • rows
  • columns
Q3 | Developing characteristics of peopleneeded to run business in .
  • Short term
  • Medium term
  • Long term
  • Any of the above
Q4 | Moving employees from one job to another in a predetermined way is called
  • Job rotation
  • Job reengineering
  • Work mapping
  • Job enrichment
Q5 | “Work-Diversity” by nature, does not go against Ethics. But an executive assistant while getting transferred from “stores” to “dispatch” section created turmoil in the office. He is
  • Most ethical in his deal
  • Fully against work ethics
  • He is workoholic
  • A Rigid employer, hard nut to crack
Q6 | Pay plan is based on influence-able competencies for companies to focus on
  • performance management process
  • high performance work system
  • less performance work system
  • quantitative job evaluation
Q7 | Advertisements through newspapers,TV, radio, professional journals and magazines are methods of recruitment
  • Direct
  • Indirect
  • Third-party
  • E-recruitment
Q8 | Focus on career development, tuition reimbursement plans are part of
  • training and development
  • performance appraisal
  • recruiting and placement
  • compensation and benefits
Q9 | is defined as the record of outcomesproduced on a specific job function or activity during a specific time period.
  • Performance
  • Work function
  • Evaluation
  • None of the above
Q10 | Negotiations are an important aspect of the collective-bargaining process. What do they ensure?
  • That conflict is always resolved.
  • That there is an agreement between all parties involved.
  • It achieves a set of lasting agreements.
  • That conflict is contained within manageable boundaries.
Q11 | According to Herzberg, job salary and incentives are classified as
  • unhygienic
  • DE motivators
  • hygiene factor
  • extrinsic factors
Q12 | Which of the following is not a traditionalmethod of organisational development?
  • Managerial grid
  • Survey feedback
  • Sensitivity training
  • Process consultation
Q13 | In , the interviewer uses pre-set standardised questions which are put to all applicants.
  • Unstructured interview
  • Behavioural interview
  • Structured interview
  • Mixed interview
Q14 | An Edward Deci’s motivation theory explains the
  • extrinsic rewards causes detraction
  • intrinsic rewards causes detraction
  • extrinsic rewards causes motivation
  • intrinsic rewards causes motivation
Q15 | The Managerial Grid was given by
  • Kurt Lewin
  • Rensis Likert
  • Blake and Mouton
  • Hersey Blanchard
Q16 | The human resource management functions aims at ?
  • ensuring that the ‘human resources possess, adequate capital, tool equipment and material to perform the job successful
  • helping the Organisation deal with its employees in different stages of employment
  • improving an Organisation’s creditworthiness among financial institutions
  • Ensuring financial& Marketing Stability
Q17 | Which of the following is (are) the HRD score card?
  • HRD systems maturity score
  • Competency score
  • HRD competencies systems maturity score
  • All of the above
Q18 | The following system combines the superior and self evaluation systems?
  • Graphic rating scale
  • Forced choice
  • Essay evaluation
  • Management by Objective
Q19 | Aligning of skills, training and performance to have a successful career is also known as
  • phased retirement
  • career management
  • talent management
  • modifying selection procedure
Q20 | The first step in the human resource planning process is
  • Preparing a job analysis
  • Forecasting future human resource needs
  • Assessing future demand
  • Assessing future supply
Q21 | The three important components in aligning business strategy with HR practice:
  • Business Strategy, Human Resource Practices, Organisational Capabilities
  • Marketing Strategy, Human Resource Practices, Organisational Capabilities
  • Business Strategy, Human Resource Practices, Organisational structure
  • Marketing Strategy, Human Resource Practices, Organisational structure
Q22 | The area from which applicants can be recruited is
  • Job agencies
  • Labour markets
  • Employment lines
  • Labour unions
Q23 | Process of attracting, selecting, training and promoting employees through a particular firm is called
  • phased retirement
  • preretirement counseling
  • talent management
  • modifying selection procedure
Q24 | Which pay is one of the most crucial pay given to the employee& also shown in the pay structure?
  • Performance
  • Strategic
  • Bonus
  • Commission
Q25 | Which one is not of Michael Porters five force model of industry analysis?
  • Threat of new entrants
  • Substitutes
  • Intensity of rivalry among existing players
  • Cost leadership