1. ________ involves conscious efforts to organise tasks, duties and responsibilities into a unit of work to achieve certain objectives.

(A) Training needs analysis
(B) Job design
(C) Job analysis
(D) None of the above

2. Which are the factors by which the process of job design can be affected?

(A) Organisational
(B) Environmental
(C) Behavioural
(D) All of the above

3. Which of the following option is a component of remuneration?

(A) Fringe Benefits
(B) Commitment
(C) External equity
(D) Motivation

4. Which of these is a consequence of pay dissatisfaction?

(A) Strikes 
(B) Grievances 
(C) Turnover
(D) Job dissatisfaction

5. Which of the following theories of wages was propounded by Karl Marx?

(A) Subsistence Theory
(B) Surplus Value Theory
(C) Wage Fund Theory
(D) Residual Claimant Theory

6. Which of the following is not a semantic barrier of communication?

(A) Faulty translation
(B) Ambiguous words
(C) Specialist’s language
(D) Inattention

7. People should be regarded as assets rather than variable costs was emphasised in

(A) Personnel Management
(B) Human Resource Management
(C) Personnel Administration
(D) Public Administration

8. The classical theorists favoured organisation based on

(A) Civilian model
(B) Strategic model
(C) Military model
(D) None of the above

9. Job analysis includes:

(A) Job description and job enlargement
(B) Job enlargement and job enrichment
(C) Job description and job specification
(D) All of the above

10. Which method is used for evaluating the performance of executives or supervisory positions?

(A) Psychological Appraisals
(B) Assessment Centres
(C) Behaviourally Anchored Rating Scales
(D) 360 degree feedback

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