MGMT 324 MGMT 324 W01C
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Question 1 1 / 1 point In a fastmoving environment where job analysis must accommodate change, many organizations may adopt a ____, where the emphasis is placed on characteristics of successful performers rather than standard duties. Question options: 1) Dynamic Job Analysis 2) Team Based Analysis 3) Strategic Analysis of Jobs 4) Competency Based Analysis Question 1 / 1 point Most job descriptions contain all of the following except a: Question options: 1) job title. 2) job identification section. 3) job duties section. 4) job evaluation section. Question 1 / 1 point A statement of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform a job is a: Question options: 1) job requirement. 2) job specification. 3) job position. 4) job objective. Question 1 / 1 point Employers must be able to show that job specifications: Question options: 1) relate specifically to the duties of the job. 2) describe fully the actual tasks, duties, and responsibilities of the job. 3) are nonrelated to job descriptions. 4) contain the criteria for evaluating the performance of the holder of the job. Question 1 / 1 point A job description is: Question options: 1) a group of related activities and duties. 2) the different duties and responsibilities performed by one employee. 3) a statement of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform work. 4) a statement of the tasks, duties and responsibilities of a job Question 1 / 1 point The Americans with Disabilities Act requires that job duties and responsibilities: Question options: 1) be essential job functions for job success. 2) be adjusted to describe the reasonable accommodations that the employer is willing to provide. 3) be limited to not more than twenty individual job tasks. 4) be written by job incumbents most familiar with the job. Question 1 / 1 point Which of the following is not a method to gather job analysis information? Question options: 1) diaries 2) applications 3) questionnaires 4) observations Question 1 / 1 point The O*NET database: Question options: 1) includes descriptions of over 12,000 jobs and collects and publishes data on a continuous basis 2) is the online publication of each yearly Dictionary of Occupational Titles 3) is available only on a subscription basis 4) reduces the Dictionary of Occupational Titles to less than 500 job descriptions Question 1 / 1 point A jobanalysis approach that utilizes an inventory of the various types of work activities that can constitute any job is known as: Question options: 1) functional job analysis 2) the critical incident method 3) task inventory analysis 4) competencybased analysis Question 1 / 1 point The objective of the critical incident method of job analysis is to: Question options: 1) challenge the employees with their false statements. 2) provide information for job evaluation based on the 'critical' value of the job. 3) prioritize job duties and responsibilities. 4) identify critical job tasks.
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