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Ch. 7 Review-Mambula

Ch. 7 Review--Management Fundamentals <Lussier 5th ed.>

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LIST THE FOUR PARTS OF THE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROCESS. PLANNING for employees, ATTRACTING employees, DEVELOPING employees, RETRAINING employeed
EXPLAIN WHY JOB ANALYSIS IS NEEDED. Necessary because it is the basis for attracting, developing, and retraining employees.
JOB DESCRIPTION Identifies the tasks and responsibilities of a position.
JOB SPECIFICATIONS Identify the qualifications needed by the person who is to fill the position.
Describe recruiting sources of candidates for jobs. Recruiting can be internal (promotions & referrals) or external (walk-ins, colleges, agencies, advertising).
Describe the selection process. Can include having candidates complete applications forms, interviews, tests, background checks & referrals.
Describe a hypothetical question. Requires the candidate to describe what he or she would do and say in a given situation.
Describe a probing question. Is an unplanned question used to clarify a response to an open-ended/hypothetical question.
Explain what orientation of employees involve. Is the process of introducing new employees to the organization and their jobs.
Explain what training of employees involve. Is the process of teaching employees the skills necessary to perform a job.
Explain what development of employees involve. Is ongoing education to improve skills for present and future jobs.
List the steps in job instructional training. PREPARATION of the trainee, PRESENTATION of the task by the trainer, PERFORMANCE of the task by the trainee, and FOLLOW-UP.
EXPLAIN THE TWO TYPES OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL (PA). DEVELOPMENTAL PA is used to make decisions and plans for performance improvements. EVALUATION PA is used to make administrative decisions (pay/transfers/promotions/demotions/terminations).
EXPLAIN THE CONCEPT "YOU GET WHAT YOU REWARD". People seek information re: what activities are rewarded and then seek to do those things, often to the exclusion of activities not rewarded.
IDENTIFY THE MAJOR COMPONENTS OF COMPENSATION. Pay and Benefits
JOB ANALYSIS Used to determine what the hob entails and the qualifications needed to staff the position.
JOB EVALUATION Used to determine the worth of each job to the other jobs within the organization.
EXPLAIN WHY MOST ORGANIZATIONS DON'T HAVE TO ADDRESS LABOR RELATIONS. Labor relations are the interactions between management and unionized employees.
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