Which of the following is an example of off-the-job training?
What is the primary purpose of orientation in an organization?
Which on-the-job training technique involves moving employees between two or more jobs in a planned manner?
What does the term 'orientation' encompass in an organizational context?
Which type of pay tends to be applied to lower-paying jobs?
What type of people tend to prefer commission?
What is the retention rate if 40 employees stayed out of 50 at the end of the year?
What does replacement management primarily involve?
Which compensation mix is most likely for a sales job with measurable targets?
What is the turnover rate if 15 employees left out of 60 during the year?
What type of pay tends to be applied to professional jobs?
Which type of people tend to prefer salary?
Which type of training is specific to the performance elements of a particular job or task?
What type of training takes place away from the job site, commonly in the form of management training or employee retreats?
What type of appraisal involves formally assessing work accomplishments and providing feedback for evaluation and development purposes?
Which type of appraisal uses checklists to evaluate performance?
What does Intrinsic compensation refer to?
What are the essential elements in compensation according to the text?
What type of training involves hands-on modeling of tasks by someone experienced?
Which type of appraisal involves keeping a log of effective and ineffective behaviors?
What are the alternatives to supervisory appraisal mentioned in the text?
What is the focus of mentoring according to the text?
What type of compensation includes material forms like wages, salary, and bonuses?
What is the objective of exposing employees to different experiences and a wider variety of skills?
Management Fundamentals - Chapter 12: Training, Performance Appraisal, and Compensation
- The objective is to expose employees to different experiences and a wider variety of skills to enhance job satisfaction and cross-train them.
- On-The-Job Training (OJT) is specific to the performance elements of a particular job or task, and can be done by anyone proficient at that task, typically an immediate supervisor or experienced coworker.
- Mentoring tends to apply to a broader set of tasks and is usually done by someone experienced, involving hands-on modeling of tasks.
- Off the Job Training (OJT) takes place away from the job site, commonly in the form of management training or employee retreats.
- Performance appraisal involves formally assessing work accomplishments and providing feedback for evaluation and development purposes.
- Small group discussions explore whether managers should give employees the same style of report card for their performance appraisal and what should be different.
- Types of appraisals include graphic rating scales, BARS, critical incidents technique, and multiperson comparisons.
- Graphic rating scales use checklists to evaluate performance, while BARS describe actual behaviors at various performance levels and are more reliable and valid.
- Critical incident technique involves keeping a log of effective and ineffective behaviors, which can polarize the review.
- Alternatives to supervisory appraisal include peer appraisal, upward appraisal, and 360° feedback.
- Intrinsic compensation refers to nonmaterial job benefits, while extrinsic compensation includes material forms like wages, salary, and bonuses.
- Work-life balance and types of extrinsic pay, such as base pay, piecework, commission, bonus, and merit pay increases, are essential elements in compensation.
Test your knowledge of training, performance appraisal, and compensation in management fundamentals with this quiz. Explore topics such as on-the-job training, mentoring, different types of performance appraisals, and intrinsic and extrinsic compensation. Challenge yourself with questions on employee development and compensation practices.
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