BUS 310 QUIZ 7

BUS 310 QUIZ 7

Author: Christine Farr


Which type of performance appraisal rating method focuses on particularly good or bad performance?
2. What should be considered the ultimate goal of performance appraisal? 
3. When a rater tends to use only one part of a rating scale, this is known as 
4. Which method of performance appraisal involves grouping employees into frequencies of performance evaluations?
5. Which career stage may involve individuals' viewing work as less important and nonwork activities as more important?
6. ____ are the most frequently utilized source of information in the appraisal process.
7. What is the final step in the career planning process? 
8. Which of the following was NOT given as a reason for the importance of performance appraisal?
9. Which of the following is NOT a potential problem associated with the use of graphic rating scales in the performance appraisal process?
10. What is the first step in the career planning process? 
11. The performance appraisal of a restaurant includes sections that require employees and managers to develop goals for the next rating period. This restaurant is apparently using which performance appraisal method? 
12. Which of the following is NOT a true statement regarding the individual perspectives on careers?
13. Which type of performance appraisal rating method is particularly reliable because examples of performance are provided in the categories of evaluation?
14. When a rater compares people against one another instead of using a set standard, which type of error is the rater exhibiting? 
15. What mechanism in the career planning process is designed to align the organization's and individual's expectations of the individual's role and career prospects within the organization?
16. Which of the following is NOT a mandatory subject of collective bargaining? 
17. Which of the following is NOT one of the reasons that labor unions oppose the use of prison labor?
18. The process of dealing with individuals in a company who are represented by a union is called:
19. Which of the following types of arbitration gives the parties the MOST incentive to reach a settlement on their own?
20. The American Federation of Labor focused on what types of work? 
21. Which of the following issues are receiving more attention from unions in recent years?
22. Who normally conducts the first level of dispute resolution between a union member and an employer?
23. Which of the following is the term given to items such as wages, working hours, and benefits?
24. The International Brotherhood of Teamsters (a union representing truck drivers and others) collectively bargains with Univar, the largest distributor of chemical products in the United States. Prior to collective bargaining, who should have the responsibility of examining the financial condition of Univar? 
25. The Taft-Hartley Act of 1947 outlawed 
26. Idalia, a union member working in a union shop, has a disagreement with her supervisor about overtime pay. She goes to Nancy, her shop steward, with the complaint. What options does Nancy have to resolve this dispute?
27. Which of the following acts required management to bargain with labor unions in good faith?
28. Which of the following acts required labor unions to bargain with management in good faith?
29. One of the biggest challenges that increased technology presents to unions is that 
30. Once a bargaining unit has been determined, what is the next step in the unionization process?

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