Situational Cues, Workforce Diversity, and Free Agents

People who are sensitive to situational cues, such as the moods and behaviours of co-workers, are said to have a(n):

external locus of control.
high level of introversion.
advanced personality deficiency.
strong self-monitoring personality.
internal locus of control.

All of the following about workforce diversity are true EXCEPT:

It is decreasing in the United States.
It includes the entry of younger people in the workforce.
It is increasing in the United States.
It includes the increasing proportion of women in the workforce.
It can potentially improve decision making and team performance in organizations.

Free agents are contingent workers who:

usually want permanent employment and have the high demand skills to get that type of work.
lack skills and would rather stay out of the labor force if they were independently wealthy.
possess values skills and do not seek permanent employment.
lack experience and are unwilling or unable to abide by the confined work schedules.
work only in part-time positions as 'on-call' staff.

Reference:
McShane, S. L., & Von Glinow, M. A. (2008). Organizational behavior (4th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill/Irwin

Solution Summary

This solution answers the following questions:
1.People who are sensitive to situational cues, such as the moods and behaviors of co-workers, are said to have a(n):
2.All of the following about workforce diversity are true EXCEPT:
3.Free agents are contingent workers who:
from a selection of answers, with explanation