Chapter 8 Quiz

Instructions
Chapter 8 quiz.

This assessment is worth 1100 points.

  1. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  2. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  3. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  4. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  5. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  6. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

    a.  
    b.  
    c.  
    d.  

  7. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

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  8. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

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  9. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

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    b.  
    c.  
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  10. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

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    d.  

  11. The system that seeks to tie the performance appraisal process to the firm's strategies through specifying at the beginning of the evaluation period what types and levels of performance must be accomplished is called the   (10 points)

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    d.  

  12. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  13. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  14. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  15. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  16. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  17. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  18. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  19. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  20. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  21. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  22. Which of the following is not a purpose of performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  23. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  24. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  25. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  26. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  27. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  28. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  29. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  30. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  31. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  32. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  33. A survey of HR practitioners found that most performance appraisal systems focused on   (10 points)

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  34. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  35. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  36. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  37. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  38. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  39. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  40. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  41. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  42. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  43. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  44. In performance appraisals, there is a tendency for supervisors to   (10 points)

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  45. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  46. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  47. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  48. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  49. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  50. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  51. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  52. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  53. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  54. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  55. What performance management evaluation criterion is concerned with maximizing the overlap between actual job performance and the measure of job performance?   (10 points)

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  56. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  57. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  58. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  59. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  60. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  61. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  62. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  63. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  64. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  65. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  66. A performance management system that evaluates irrelevant aspects of performance is   (10 points)

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  67. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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    d.  

  68. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  69. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  70. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  71. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  72. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  73. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  74. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  75. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  76. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  77. Which of the following is not a criterion that should be used to evaluate performance management systems?   (10 points)

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  78. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  79. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  80. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  81. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  82. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  83. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  84. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  85. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  86. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  87. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  88. The extent to which the performance measure assesses all the relevant aspects of performance is called   (10 points)

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  89. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  90. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  91. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  92. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  93. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  94. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  95. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  96. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  99. The consistency among the different individuals who evaluate the employee's performance is known as   (10 points)

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  100. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  101. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  102. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  103. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  104. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  105. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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  106. The extent to which all of the items rated are consistent with respect to content refers to   (10 points)

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