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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

HR Quiz with Answers (Human Resource Management Quiz) - 10

1. The Asian Institute of Management have introduced a unique course called "Managerial Walkabout". The idea of the course came from Prof. M. Gibbons of Simon Fraser University, British Columbia.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


2. A leader who lacks the other basic qualities can lead others in the wrong direction.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


3. The data obtained through job analysis are recorded on what is known as job analysis sheet.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


4. Successful HR departments will focus on motivational performance .
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


5. Under point method, common factors to all the jobs are identified.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


6. Federations & unions constitute not only a part of organisations but also an important and crucial wing of them
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


7. Majority of the disputes in industries are related to the problem of wages, salaries & benefits
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


8. Potential refers to the likelihood of the job holder making a future contribution to the employing organisation.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


9. Organisations presently are taking measures to satisfy the workers through various methods including the schemes of worker & participation in management
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


10. It can be enagued that globalization has reduced poverty in India and China, home to move that half a billion of the world's poor income group
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


11. It is technology who can provide competitive advantage to corporations.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


12. Flexitime works better when the employees have self-determination
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


13. Depending on the career path model of managers, some specialised training inputs are given at pre-determined times to make him more handling the new higher assignment
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


14. In the orientation phase, all participants are to submit a list of appraisers by whom they would like to be assessed.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


15. Under the balanced score card approach the expectation of three shareholders
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


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