Critical part of any successful succession plan

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31. _________________________ has been summarized as (a) science, not rules of thumb; (b) harmony, not discord; (c) cooperation, not individualism; and (d) maximum output, not restricted output. (Points: 2)
Industrial psychology
Human resource management
Scientific management
The Industrial Revolution

32. A critical part of any successful succession plan is a comprehensive ____________________ plan. (Points: 2)
compensation
recovery
retention
All of the above

33. A(n) ____________________ indicates what an organization's key executives hope to accomplish in the long run. (Points: 2)
decree
strategy
doctrine
goal

34. ____________________ made it easier for women to raise a family and also begin a productive career. (Points: 2)
Better educational opportunities
A shorter standard workweek
A shortage of workers
High quality day care

35. Protected ____________________ activities include "filing a charge, testifying, assisting, or participating in any manner in an investigation, proceeding, or hearing." (Points: 2)
discrimination
protest
participation
legal

36. ____________________ is the foundation upon which all other HRM activities must be constructed. (Points: 2)
Employee analysis
Market analysis
Job analysis
Government regulation

37. People are motivated by powerful emotional forces, and work provides an opportunity for the expression of both ____________________ and pleasure-seeking drives. (Points: 2)
regressive
aggressive
passion
self-worth

38. HRM units are relatively small in most organizations. One study found that the largest headquarters HRM unit had only __________ people. (Points: 2)
50
100
150
200

39. Which of the following is not one of the forces driving work-family tension? (Points: 2)
More young workers entering the workforce
An expanding number of women and single parents entering the workforce
An increase in the number of dual-career couples
The aging population

40. All of the following are categories of information typically used to make hiring selection decisions except: (Points: 2)
Education
Experience
Political affiliations
Physical characteristics

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This discusses the key concepts of human resource management