Human resource management involves all of the following functions EXCEPT
The _____________________ requires employers to provide job-protected unpaid leave to an employee who is unable to perform his or her job due to a serious health condition.
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
Job description involves ___________; job specification involves _____________.
an applicant’s required skills and experience; the company’s need for the position.
what a job entails; an applicant’s required skills and experience.
what a job entails; the company’s need for the position.
an applicant’s required skills and experience; what a job entails.
Performance appraisal consists of assessing an employee’s performance and providing him or her with feedback. Which of the following actions is NOT part of the performance evaluation process?
Larissa is a human resources manager who is drafting the tasks that will be assigned to the Junior Accounts Manager, a new position her company is creating. Which of the following processes is Larissa involved in?
Which of the following is NOT a step in the process of employee selection?
An organization’s discipline system should be _________.
enforced by a series of people
applied uniformly to all employees
enforced multiple times per violation
presented verbally when a worker begins a job
Belinda works at a pharmaceutical company that has not given its employees raises in nearly seven years. Belinda peacefully pickets her company in the hopes they will raise employee salaries. Which law protects Belinda’s right to do this?
The Norris–LaGuardia Act of 1932
The Wagner Act of 1935
The Taft-Hartley Act of 1948
The Landrum-Griffin/Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) requires employers to do all of the following EXCEPT
provide protection from at-work hazards
notify supervisors of hazardous conditions
monitor employees’ health habits
enforce the use of safety equipment
Management training programs, mentoring programs, and coaching systems are examples of ________.
company preparation and career development strategies.
good union–management relationships.
implementation of OSHA requirements.
an employee’s assets and liabilities.