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HRM. _________ Helps organization to identify future talent need and plan ahead to make sure those skills are available in the workforce.

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HRM The two sources of recruitment are

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HRM. One of the following intellectuals propounded the human work motivation and management known as theory X and Y

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______________ is a process by which a new recruit goes through to be introduced to the company and their new role

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HRM. A technique for determining the training needs of current employee is

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The style of management style that managers treat themselves as an essential part of the team and are efficient listeners who do not also lock themselves in cabins, demonstrates__________________

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26.HRM. One of the ways to improve self-regulation is________________

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HRM. A series of work related positions, paid or unpaid, that help a person grow in job skills, success, and fulfillment is

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HRM. All the following are Abraham Maslow Hierarchy of needs except____________

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HRM. The field of study concerned with analysing work methods and establishing time standards is known as

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HRM. With research no organization will stand

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______________encompasses the way managers make decision show they plan and organize work and how they understand authority

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HRM. The recruitment process comprises of how many steps?

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One of the following is managerial function of human resources management

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HRM. One of the advantages of internal recruitment is_____________

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HRM. The introduction of a new staff to the company and educating them about their new roles is known as

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HRM. Intelligence measure all the following except

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How can we prevent office thefts?

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The act of giving up or quitting one's office or position is called____________

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The process of analysing manufacturing process including production costs and compensation employee based on their performance level is found in

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_____________can be seen as a function within an organization that focuses on recruitment, management and direction of people in an organization.

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1. HRM. When practice with each HR activity are consistent with each other, there is _______ alignment

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___________Is a plan for achieving a competitive advantage that influences how employees add value, impacts types of job employees perform and affects attitudes and behaviors employees display

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. _____________ is one of the key interviewing skills

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HRM. Provide and maintain a safe work place which use safe plant and equipment is the duty of__________

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The screening tools that is most often used by employers in selection process

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HRM. Development is made to answer the training problems

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HRM. _______________is the process of choosing the most suitable candidate for the vacant position in an organization

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HRM. The primary need in Abraham Maslow hierarchy of needs

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_____________ is a statement of principles, outlining how organization should conduct it's recruitment of selection

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HRM. When practice with each HR activity are consistent with each other, there is _______ alignment

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HRM. The initial response to a labour shortage is often

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HRM. Training is meant for executive while development is meant for operative

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HRM. The following are the keys for organizational expansion Except?

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HRM. One responsibility of human resource department is

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To classify performance expectation, ____________ should be developed

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HRM. _____________ is the way of training employees by switching them through closely related jobs

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HRM. The overall process of attracting, shortlisting, selecting and appointing suitable candidates for jobs within an organization is called_____________

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HRM. The principles of renumeration system include the following except

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HRM. Which of the following is the first in HR planning

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HRM. When an employee actually learn a job by performing, it is called

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During interview first impression take only thirty seconds

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. HRM. We have___________ types of interview

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a summary performance appraisal discussion focuses on:

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Job analysis provide data in job requirement that can be used to develop

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The ratio of an organizations output to its input is known as

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HRM. What is trade union?

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HMR. Human resource manager does the following except___________

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HRM. The following are reasons for the failure of a performance appraisal EXCEPT:

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For development, the initiative is taken by______________

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HRM. Payment or compensation received for services or employment is known as

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To ensure that no experience feeling of alienation, firm have to establish

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_______________is defines as efforts to make life worth living for workmen

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HRM The greatest and also the most delicate ASSETS in any organization is it’s __

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. HRM. The characteristics of the workforce are as

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HRM. ___________is a management function concerned with defining goals for a future direction and determining on the mission and resources to achieve those target

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The interview method in which the applicant is interviewed by a number of people at once is known as

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6. HRM. One of the following is a step of the selection process

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Which of this is not a purpose of personnel record.

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HRM. The overreaching objective of human resources department is______________

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HRM. We have______________ types of remuneration policy

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The important benefits of welfare includes one of the following

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The process of reviewing human resource requirement to ensure that the organisation has the required number of employee, with necessary skills to meet its goal Is known as

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HRM. How many steps are needed in selecting process?

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HRM. Human resource planning and_____________ are often used inter changeably

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___________ Is the process of taking control and evaluating one's own learning and behaviour

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External environmental influences having a direct or indirect influences on HRM include which of the following

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HRM. One of the following professor was born in Detroit, Michigan, United State in 1906

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HRM. One of the following is a function of human resource

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HRM. One of the following is not a benefits of training

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A relation of individual or group of employee and employer for engaging themselves in a way to maximize the productive activities is called.......

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____________ Is the analysis of work into its simplest element and the systematic improvement of the worker's performance of each of these elements.

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When a labour supply is equal labour supply

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HRM. The job description often is not sufficient to clarify what employees are to do. This lack of clarity is because:

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One major disadvantages of internal recruitment is that it______________

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The use of experienced individual to teach and train someone with less knowledge in a given area is called

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Any attempt to improve managerial performance by imparting knowledge, changing attitudes or enhancing skills, is called

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HRM. Diversity management is

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___________has to do with persons or employees who staffs and operates a function in an organization

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HRM. The managerial function of HR includes all except

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A motivated employee will display the following except

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HRM. What is the length of a resume?

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any job consist of a logical sequence step by step and are best taught step by step. This type of training is called

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HRM. ____________ Is the process of taking control and evaluating one's own learning and behaviour

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HRM. Total reward refers to

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HRM. The process of systematically organising work into task is involved in

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HRM. All the following are Abraham Maslow Hierarchy of needs except____________

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The definition of _____________is the formal relationships among job in an organisation

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In training, the initiative is taken by the_____________

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Training is part of the organisation

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.HRM. What is the length of a resume?

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HRM. All the following are common errors in recruitment except______________

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HRM. All the following are Abraham Maslow Hierarchy of needs except____________

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Strategic plans are created and carried out by

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Job analysis provide data on job requirement than can be used to develop

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The prevailing atmosphere or internal weather that exists in an organisation and its impact on employee is

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HRM. The process of systematically organising work into tasks is involved in

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. _____________help companies identify future talent needs and plan ahead to make some that those skills are available in the workforce

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One of the following is an example of operative function of human resource management

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The following are key for expansion and growth except__________

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