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HRM 300 FINAL EXAM 2015 (LATEST 2015)


1.) Multinational corporations became commonplace in the 1920s. True False 2.) Your text foresees an end to the labor shortage within the next year or two due to population and technology shifts. True False 3.) Employee involvement is increased when managers make clear, forceful decisions for subordinates. True False 4.) Equal employment’s beginnings in the United States go back to the Civil Rights Act of 1866. True False 5.) The Family and Medical Leave Act permits employees in organizations of 50 or more workers to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for family or medical reasons. True False 6.) Human resource planning is one of the most important elements in a successful human resource management program. True False 7.) Job evaluation is the process whereby an organization systematically establishes its compensation program. True False 8.) Job analysis involves the identification and analysis of the qualifications of the firm’s new employees. True False 9.) A decrease in the supply of any unit’s human resources usually comes from new hires. True False 10.) The selection process typically begins with the completion of the application form. True False 11.) The key element in a realistic job preview is providing negative as well as positive information. True False 12.) Personal factors such as health and background may be considered in international assignments. True False 13.) Career success can be defined both objectively and subjectively. True False 14.) The Federal minimum wage is $7.15 per hour. True False Multiple Choice: Highlight the Correct Answer Yellow. 1.) Which laws have white males used to support their charges that minority treatment places them at a disadvantage in employment decisions? a) Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution and Civil Rights Act of 1964. b) Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution and Civil Rights Act of 1866. c) Tenth Amendment to the Constitution and Title VII. d) Tenth Amendment to the Constitution and Civil Rights Act of 1866. e) Section 1981 of Executive Order 11984. 2.) Which of the following is a landmark Supreme Court decision stating that tests must fairly measure the knowledge or skills required for a job? a) Civil Rights Act of 1964 b) Washington v. Davis (1967) c) Griggs v. Duke Power Company (1971) d) Civil Rights Act of 1991 e) McDonnell-Douglas Corp. v. Green (1973) 3.) Jean, a 35-year-old mother of two, has been with her firm for 15 years. She wants to transfer out of the computer room of her organization, because the 90-pound boxes are too heavy for her to lift now that she is pregnant again. Her boss told her to either lift the boxes or quit. What law protects her from this treatment? a) Civil Rights Act of 1991. b) Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978. c) Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973. d) Executive Order 11375. e) Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 4.) Top executives at company ABC have agreed on a new mission statement. More specifically, they have agreed on what business the company should be in and who their consumers are. What should the next step be for these top executives? a) Begin the corporate assessment b) Set strategic goals c) Identify the core competency of the company d) Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of the company e) Conduct a SWOT analysis 5.) Which of the following is not true regarding the SWOT analysis? a) The SWOT analysis is a process for determining an organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. b) The SWOT analysis forces management to recognize that companies, regardless of their size, are constrained to some extent by the resources and skills they have available. c) The SWOT analysis is the foundation on which every decision in the company should be made. d) The SWOT analysis should lead to a clear assessment of the firm’s internal resources. e) The SWOT analysis serves as the link betwee


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