problem 1: Different types of tests are used as selection methods to assess an applicant. In this regard, polygraph tests are conducted to test which of the given by monitoring the physical changes in applicant’s body as he answers a sequence of problems?
i) Likes and dislikes of candidates in relation to work.
ii) Job-related personality traits of an employee.
iii) Situational responses of an individual.
iv) Validity and truthfulness of an applicant’s answers.
v) Ability to learn or gain the required proficiency.
problem 2: Mr. Rahul enjoys working for Lubricants Ltd., as his tasks and duties are specified clearly. In Lubricants Ltd. the power and authority vests in a few hands and the technical methods and duties and powers related with each functional role are defined accurately. Interaction is vertical and working behavior is administered by instructions and decisions made by superiors. Lubricants Ltd. can be termed as which of the given types of organizations?
i) Flat organization.
ii) Organic organization.
iii) Informal organization.
iv) Formal organization.
v) Mechanistic organization.
problem 3: In contest strategy, the channels of movement in the socialization procedure are kept open and an individual is given the opportunity to perform better in the next phase. This strategy believes that:
i) Based on their performance and observance to the organizational norms, employees are promoted to the next phase.
ii) The time-period for one employee in completing a specific task might be different from the other.
iii) A senior or experienced employee in a similar job trains the new recruit on the different aspects of job.
iv) An individual passes via a series of activities for the accomplishment of a specific target.
v) Regardless of an individual’s age or experience every person starts out as the same.
problem 4: Which of the given is the process of making sure the right number of qualified people, into the right job at right time to deliver the outcomes in an efficient and effective way, or matching the available resources, either internally or externally, with the demand that the organization expects to have over a period of time?
ii) Job Analysis.
iii) Human Resource Planning.
problem 5: Well-executed and well-planned career planning programs are advantageous for employees and also for the organization. Which of the given is not a benefit to the organization?
i) Makes sure availability of resources for future.
ii) Improves organizational ability to attract and retain talent.
iii) Makes sure growth opportunities for all.
iv) Handles employee frustrations.
v) Knowledge of the career opportunities available to employees.
problem 6: Organizations which employ workers with high levels of skills and knowledge must consider implementing job enrichment programs. Which of the given is not true regarding job enrichment methods?
i) Incorporating more responsibility in the job.
ii) Providing wider scope, greater sequencing and raised pace of work.
iii) Assigning a natural unit of work.
iv) Minimizing controls and giving freedom of work when the employees are clearly accountable for attaining defined goals.
v) Introducing new, simple and flexible tasks.
problem 7: HR activities suppose greater complexity in the context of an international business organization. Job analysis must comprise:
i) The special responsibilities and competencies of an expatriate and a global manager.
ii) The additional dimension of cross-country transfers.
iii) The elements of various cultures.
iv) The specific aspects of the country, the employees are being posted.
v) The career requires and expectations of the employees.
problem 8: Organizations which go in for an internal search announce the vacancy via different sources. In this regard, which of the following manner does the candidate in the organization respond?
i) By meeting the HR department.
ii) By taking appraisal letters from supervisors.
iii) By sending their application for the job posting.
iv) By taking acceptance from trade unions.
v) By taking acceptance from their colleagues.
problem 9: The fundamental difference between job enlargement and job enrichment is:
i) Job enlargement is raising the number of tasks and job enrichment is decreasing the number of tasks.
ii) Job enlargement is bigger responsibility and job enrichment is concerned with the effectiveness.
iii) Job enlargement is raising the number of tasks and job enrichment is the autonomy to perform the job tasks by the employee.
iv) Job enlargement is hike in salary and job enrichment is raise in responsibility devoid of hike in salary.
v) Job enlargement leads to employee satisfaction and job enrichment to dissatisfaction.
problem 10: Which of the given interviews are short, first round interviews that aim to remove the applicants who are obviously unqualified for the job?
i) Selection interview.
ii) Panel interview.
iii) In-depth interview.
iv) Group interview.
v) Preliminary interview.