HRM MCQ Questions and Answers Quiz

91. One of the following attributes of potential employees is of heightened interest to employers when recruiting Which one is it?

  1. The candidates physical health
  2. The candidates ability to deal with customers
  3. The candidates ability to prepare for and cope with an uncertain future
  4. The candidates organisational abilities

92. Kochan and Baroccis (1985) model of HRM has three elements. These elements are:

  1. the external environment, the internal environment and human resource management
  2. HRM/lR system effectiveness, the external environment and the internal environment
  3. human resource management, the internal environment and HRM/lR system effectiveness .
  4. the external environment, human resource management and HRM/lR system effectiveness

93. Why do some commentators claim that it is unlikely that the UK economy will become a knowledge economy?

  1. The lack of IT education in schools
  2. Culturally low in intelligence.
  3. Historically low levels of company investment into research and development
  4. Unions try to prevent knowledge transfer from management level to the broader workforce.

94. The interview is used as a method for determining:

  1. The personality of the candidate
  2. The degree of fit between the applicant and the demands of the job.
  3. His/her age.
  4. Physical attributes

95. Why has the bureaucratic form of organisation been fundamentally questioned?

  1. The pressures of globalisation have rendered it unsuitable.
  2. Organisations are experiencing acute pressure to change and pursue innovation as a means of securing business growth.
  3. Organisations have grown so large that it is almost impossible to create an effective bureaucracy to manage them.
  4. Information Technology has made it redundant.

96. What are the main aims of Employee Assistance Programmes?

  1. To alter the organisational culture
  2. To address team and individuaf performance and well-being in the workplace
  3. To focus the attention Of employees to the power structures of an organizationd.
  4. To establish effective methods of care and support for everyone in anorganization

97. Why are employers interested in employee engagement?

  1. To encourage employees to trust their managers
  2. To make a quick profit
  3. Because engaged employees are more motivated and prepared to give of their best to make the firm succeed
  4. To make employees work harder for less

98. The main challenge for modern organisations is:

  1. To remain ahead of the talent developments in the market
  2. To retain the talent they have to realise that talented people are the real wealth of theorganisation
  3. To find ways to poach talent wherever they can find it
  4. none of the above

99. Most organisations for Talent Management

  1. Will have the same skills requirements for jobs in the future as jobs do notchange much
  2. Experience a more disengaging workforce who are less loyal
  3. Are effective in measuring performance and productivity
  4. Have effective and pro-active talent management strategies

100. According to the Leitch Review of Skills (2006), the ability of firms to succeed in the face ofgrowing international competition depends increasingly on;

  1. Work culture
  2. Relaxed legal system
  3. Good infrastructure
  4. Skilled labour
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