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Human Resource Management Gaining A Competitive Advantage 10th Edition Noe by Raymond Andrew Noe – Test Bank

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Human Resource Management Gaining A Competitive Advantage 10th Edition Noe by Raymond Andrew Noe – Test Bank

True / False Questions
1.

Training focuses on improving employees’ performance in their current jobs, while development prepares them for other positions in the company.

True False

2.

An employee with a protean career relies largely on his manager to guide him in his career.

True False

3.

The use of work experiences in training is higher than that in development.

True False

4.

Psychological success is determined through the signals an employee receives from the company rather than it being self-determined.

True False

5.

“Boundaryless” means that careers may involve identifying more with a job or profession than with the present employer.

True False

6.

When an employee takes up a self-assessment test, he or she identifies the needs that are realistic to develop.

True False

7.

In the career management process, the company’s responsibility during goal setting is to identify resources an employee needs to reach the goals.

True False

8.

Formal education programs include off-site and on-site programs designed specifically for the company’s employees.

True False

9.

Tuition reimbursement is the practice of reimbursing training costs when an employee leaves the organization during training.

True False

10.

Assessment is the acquisition of knowledge, skills, and behaviors that improve an employee’s ability to meet changes in job requirements.

True False

11.

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a training tool managers use to improve interpersonal communication within teams.

True False

12.

Assessment centers are primarily used to identify employees’ technical skills.

True False

13.

An in-basket is a simulation of the administrative tasks of a manager’s job.

True False

14.

Job enlargement consists of adding challenges or new responsibilities to employees’ current jobs.

True False

15.

Job rotation helps employees gain an overall appreciation of the company’s goals and improves their problem-solving skills.

True False

16.

Transfers typically involve an increase in job responsibilities and compensation.

True False

17.

Stretch assignments are optional tasks that employees may complete to earn extra rewards such as a bonus.

True False

18.

Employees on sabbatical often receive full pay or benefits.

True False

19.

Most mentoring relationships develop informally as a result of interests or values shared by the mentor and protégé.

True False

20.

Career support provided by a mentor includes providing positive regard and acceptance.

True False

21.

A sponsorship is a part of career support that a mentor provides his or her protégé.

True False

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