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QUESTION NO: 1
Which of the following situations describes a plan to
provide an employee with job enlargement?
A. Transferring a production worker from assembly work
to Q/A inspection
B. Give ability to manager of providing his employees
with job enlargement tasks
C. Budgeting authority given to first level supervisor
D. Giving an employee the option to participate in a
dual ladder program
Which of the following ways does a U.S. company practices
regarding industrial relations differ from the approach
of most nations?
A. Automatic representation
B. Government mandate approach
C. Positive approach
D. Employer free speech
An U.S. base Engineering Manager has been identified
for a short-term six-month assignment to recruit and
build a team in England. Which of the following training
programs is the MOST critical to ensure success on the
A. On-the-job training
B. Multi-cultural team building
D. Cross-cultural training
According to Gregersen and Black, which of the following
type of expatriate is the most likely to work through
problems by constantly weighing the pros and cons of
basing decision s on localized values vs. the corporation’s
standardized procedures and processes?
A. Dual citizen
B. Expatriate who “goes native”
C. Homebound expatriate
D. Free agent
Which of the following is NOT a cultural impact on the
performance appraisal process?
A. Appropriate rewards for achievement
B. Aligning company systems to elicit specific individual
C. Value of individual vs. group performance
D. Type of feedback given
Which of the following represents motivator to a culture
that values asvription?
A. Defined processes and procedures
Which of the following factors is NOT a significant,
variable in how an individual may adjust to a new cross-cultural
A. Extent of previous experience on international assignments
B. Differences between the cultures
C. Length of time international assignment
D. Family situation
Which of the following factors is NOT likely an issue
a human resources professional would help a family to
work through to determine the appropriateness of an
international assignment for the family at that time?
A. Is adventure and discovering new things characteristic
of the family?
B. Is the family stable and relationships currently
C. Is there a history of drug abuse in the family?
D. Are the children open to moving to the host country?
A company is considering moving its production offshore
to Shenzhen, China. The HR Manager is tasked with identifying
the supply and demand for skilled labor, the costs of
recruiting workers, and the turnover trends in the area.
When conducting this environmental scan, which of the
following types of influences best describes these indicators?
A. Political factors
B. Economic factors
C. International factors
D. Labor market factors
Productivity measures the _______and _______ of work
done, taking into account the cost of the resources
it took to do the work
A. quantity and quality
B. output and capital
C. input and output
D. output and quantity
Which of the following is a measure of recruiting effectiveness
in the long term?
A. Cost per applicant hired
B. Quantity of applicants
C. Average time required to recruit applicants
D. Turnover of hires
Which of the following is NOT a reason why corporations
in the 21st century have decided to accelerate the rate
of their global expansion?
A. To compete with their major competitor who is in
the global stage of globaliztion
B. Pressure to lower costs
C. Shortage of particular resources
D. Favorable trade agreements and government policies
You are assisting a highly talented engineering architect
in repatriation after a short-term international assignment
in Bangalore, India After are re-entry, there are no
appropriate positions available in the organization
at headquarters. Which of the following goals is NOT
a potential goal for redeploying this individual?
A. Maintain employee morale in the host country
B. Building a global workforce
C. Sharing the recently acquired knowledge
D. Retaining the talent for the future
Which of the following factors dose ONT affect the trainability
A. Perception of environment