BAM 411 Human Resource Unit 3 Examination Answers

BAM 411 Human Resource Unit 3 Examination Answers

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BAM 411 Human Resource Unit 3 Examination Answers

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BAM 411 Human Resource Unit 3 Examination Answers

1.     The process of evaluating an employee’s current and/or past performance relative to his or her performance standards is called ________.

·         employee selection

·         recruitment

·         performance appraisal

·         organizational development

2.     The “S” in the acronym for SMART goals stands for ________.

·         straightforward

·         specific

·         strategic

·         support

3.     Who is the primary person responsible for doing the actual appraising of an employee’sperformance?

·         the EEO contact person

·         the company appraiser

·         the employee’s direct supervisor

·         None of the above.

4.     Because in most organizations there is a hierarchy of goals, employee performance standardsshould ________.

·         make sense in terms of the broader organizational goals

·         be standard

·         be decided by the top executive

·         All of the above.

5.     Besides the supervisor, which of the following is available to managers as an alternative sourceof performance appraisal information?

·         the employee

·         rating committees

·         peers

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