Statutory Compliance MCQs

Statutory Compliance MCQs

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1: The process of evaluating the performance of employees, comparing performances to set standards and communicating it to employees is called

A.   Performance appraisal

B.   Subjective appraisal

C.   Criterion appraisal

D.   Employee development appraisal

2: The comparison between the productivity increased after the training and the money spent on the training is classified as

A.   Learning-practice analysis

B.   Cost-benefit analysis

C.   Person-organization fit

D.   Person-organization gap analysis

3: When the efficiency of the HR activity is measured in terms of the organizational productivity and cost, it is called the _______ approach.

A.   Internal

B.   External

C.   Self-directed team

D.   Task force

4: The process of identifying, assessing and developing leadership is called

A.   Employment planning

B.   Human resource planning

C.   Succession planning

D.   All of the above

5: The common law rule that allows either employers or employees to end an employment relationship at any time for any cause is called Employment at Will. There have be exceptions to the Employment at Will made by courts. An exception is

A.   Public policy exceptions

B.   Implied contracts

C.   Lack of good faith and fair dealing

D.   All of the above

6: What % of payroll costs did Bob Cotton the chief executive of the British hospitality Association estimate as a result of the increase in the statutory number of holidays from 20 days to 28 days?

A.   1.5%

B.   2.5%

C.   3.5%

D.   5%

7: Which of the following aptly describes the role of line managers and staff advisors, namely HR professionals?

A.   Staff advisors focus more on developing HR programmes while line managers are more involved in the implementation of those programmes.

B.   Line managers are concerned more about developing HR programmes whereas staff advisors are more involved in implementing such programmes.

C.   Staff advisors are solely responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating the HR programmes while line managers are not all involved in any matters concerning HR.

D.   Line managers alone are responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating the HR programmes while staff advisors are not all involved in any matters concerning HR.

8: The rights of employees that are based on laws are classified as

A.   Non statutory rights

B.   Statutory rights

C.   Rights

D.   Responsibilities

9: The means used for employees to defend their actions against any charges on them is called

A.   Statutory process

B.   Just process

C.   Due process

D.   Fair process

10: The second stage of internationalism where there is a limited need for impact on local HRM practices – communications, incentives, and product training is called

A.   Subsidiaries and Joint Ventures

B.   Transnational

C.   Export Operations

D.   Multinational

11: Why is it important to ensure that HR plans are flexible?

A.   To accommodate changes to senior management teams.

B.   To adapt to changing skills and qualifications.

C.   To accommodate the rapidly changing environments in which most organizations operate.

D.   To ensure a diverse labour force is maintained at all times.

12: How can HRM help to build successful cross-border alliances?

A.   By ensuring that organisations spend 25% of their budgets on cross-border alliances

B.   By ensuring that a strategy is in place before embarking on a cross-border alliance

C.   By ensuring that organisations export their ideas to other societies and cultures

D.   By ensuring that international joint ventures are staffed by high-quality managers

13: Which of the following is closely associated with strategic human resource management?

A.   Efficient utilisation of human resources

B.   Attracting the best human resources

C.   Providing the best possible training

D.   All of the above

14: Which one of the following becomes a creative factor in production?

A.   Land

B.   Capital

C.   Consumers

D.   Human Resources

15: The plausible representation of possible future based on assumptions is called

A.   Scenario analysis

B.   Market analysis

C.   Segmentation analysis

D.   Targeted factors