Essay Human Resource Management Test Questions

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1. | 08-2-06 | | In a highly scheduled interview, the interviewer prepares a schedule of the major questions and also includes a few probing questions that may, or may not, be used. | | | Student Response | Value | Correct Answer | Feedback | 1. | True | 0% | | </p> | 2. | False | | | | | Score: | 0/6.6 | | | 2. | 05-1-13 | | The communicator who is determining when to send a message and how long it should be is considering | | | Student Response | Value | Correct Answer | Feedback | 1. | the receiver's level of communication apprehension. | | | | 2. | the appropriate context. | 0% | | </p> | 3. | how to impress others. | | | | 4. | the time and duration of …show more content…
| attendance factors and previous evaluations | | | | 4. | performance factors and rating systems | 100% | | </p> | | Score: | 6.6/6.6 | | | 13. | 08-2-09 | | Whether a question is stated in positive or negative terms has little effect on the question's clarity. | | | Student Response | Value | Correct Answer | Feedback | 1. | True | 0% | | </p> | 2. | False | | | | | Score: | 0/6.6 | | | 14. | 06-1-09 | | A leader is said to be hubristic when | | | Student Response | Value | Correct Answer | Feedback | 1. | he/she is full of excessive pride, holding the belief that he/she is invincible and omnipotent. | 100% | | </p> | 2. | he/she is unsure of the company's policy and procedure. | | | | 3. | the employees admire their leader excessively and consider him/her a demigod. | | | | 4. | he/she is willing to do all of the work himself/herself. | | | | | Score: | 6.6/6.6 | | | 15. | 06-1-18 | | Of the options for decision making in Vroom and Yetton's leadership -participation model, which focuses on a leader sharing problems with followers as a group and collectively obtaining ideas and suggestions from them? | | | Student Response | Value | Correct Answer | Feedback | 1. | level 2 | | | | 2. | level 1 | 0% | | </p> | 3. | level 5 | | | | 4. | level 4 | | | | | Score: |

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