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This posting addresses skill based plans and compensation.

The certification process in skill-based pay is analogous to ____________________.
a. job analysis
b. compensable factors
c. regression analysis
d. factor degrees and weights

2. The main advantage of skill-based pay plans is __________.
a. the line of sight is clear
b. they aid matching workers to the work flow
c. they are less expensive than job-based plans
d. courts view them very favorably

3. __________ is the most important factor affecting perception of fairness of a skill-based plan.
a. The design of the certification process
b. The rate of movement through the skill blocks
c. Extent of alignment with the organization's strategy
d. The time and effort required to learn skill blocks

4. In the competency "impact and influence", what are "direct persuasion", "multiple attempts to persuade", and "multiple actions to influence"?
a. competency indicators
b. competency factors
c. competency sets
d. core competency scales

5. ___________ employees typically have the highest proportion of their total compensation in incentives and stock.
a. Sales and supervisory employees
b. Entry-level
c. Middle-level
d. Executive

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The certification process in skill-based pay is analogous to ____________________.
a. job analysis
b. compensable factors <------ the certification process for the skill required is analogous to the compensation for the job.
c. regression analysis
d. factor degrees and weights

2. The main advantage of skill-based pay plans is __________.
a. the line of sight is clear <------- employees can directly link their performance with their ...

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The solution provides the correct answers and explanations regarding skill-based plans and other forms of employee compensation.

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