Human Resource Management Hrm Big Collection Set 64

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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 64

Q1 | In ‘ABC’ approach, reviewing consequences means
Q2 | Training effects that are to be measuredconsist of
Q3 | Changing and updating benefit plans isperformed by
Q4 | Interviews with employees who are leaving firm for any reason are classified as
Q5 | A graphical tool, used to summarize chain of activities to get “big picture” of performance is
Q6 | The ‘Managerial Grid’ model was developed by
Q7 | Cornerstone of any executive salary is
Q8 | ‘supply chain management’ is included in
Q9 | Reward given to workers whose work exceeds some set standards is called
Q10 | Planning is looking ahead and control is
Q11 | Benefits provided in certain industries by employers in unexpected conditions are classified as
Q12 | An advantage of not recalculating piece rate is because of using
Q13 | In ‘ABC’ approach, analyzing behaviors means
Q14 | The concept of Human relations was developed by
Q15 | One of the important organizational factors affecting ’Job Design’ is
Q16 | The following concept is developed on unitarism, individualism, high commitment and strategic alignment.
Q17 | Fairness of process is classified as
Q18 | Arrange the following steps of Dispute Settlement Mechanism under the WTO in the systematic order:I. Panel ProceedingsII. Appellate BodyIII. ConsultationsIV. Compliance PanelV. Arbitration Panel
Q19 | Which one of the following is not the operative function of HRM
Q20 | Use of handwriting to determine basic personality traits of writer is known as
Q21 | People who choose automobile sales dealers, is best classified as personality type of
Q22 | Health insurance of employees is included in
Q23 | Calculating numerical rating and arranging each job according to skill is called
Q24 | Who had advanced the ‘soft’ and ‘hard’approach of HRM?
Q25 | Which of the following is correct about ‘Grapevine’?