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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Human Resources (HR) Quiz (HR True False Quiz) - 7

1. An evaluation of where one stands on the basis of their job responsibilities, leadership, qualities etc will be a good starting point for marketing plans for success
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


2. Monitoring and Follow-up follows the distribution of questionnaires to all assessors.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


3. Eight members is considered to be the norm as to the no. of members constituting a QC-
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


4. Objective of performance appraisal system is to identify the developmental needs of each employee.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


5. Federation & unions at few levels are managed on the lines of management of a political body
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


6. HRD audit can give significant inputs about existing stage of accountability of employees.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


7. Collecting bargainig is an institutional process for solving problems arising directly out of employee-worker relationships
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


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


9. The HRD programmes fail due to poverty, social injustice.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


10. Human resource management is responsible for getting the best people, training and providing mechanism.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


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


12. After the world War II, 'Made in Japan' became a synonym for shoddy goods, but the TQM concept put it on the map.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


13. Workers and trade unions never praticipate in the management of human resources
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


14. 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


15. Factor comparison system consists of selection of key jobs.
[A]TRUE
[B]FALSE


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