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NTA NET 2018 COMMERCE DAILY MCQ SERIES BY - TALVIR SINGH
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MCQ SERIES 16
1. Rapid change, tighter budgets, downsizing and restructuring, and pressures for greater accountability are placing greater emphasis on: . (a) employee selection (b) performance management (c) participative management ' (d) employee empowerment
.2. The evaluation of organisational and employee performance permits managers to: (a) (b) process re-engineering (c) check that strategic business objectives are valid, are being successfully communicated throughout the organisation and are being achieved (d) ensure that rewards and benefits provided for employees are appropriate and equitable monitor the skills of employees determine the need for organisational restructuring and . .
3. Companies that manage performance: (a)find that the financial commitment involved is not reflected in increased performance and profit (b)experience internal conflict resulting from perceived favouritism associated with performance ratings (c)have higher levels of job satisfaction and increased staff morale (d)tend to outperform companies that do not
.4. Performance appraisal is a vital tool for strategy execution because it does all of the following except . (a) signals to managers and employees what is really important (b) monitors employee skill development . (c) it fixes accountability for behaviour and results . (d) it provides ways to measure what is important
5. The first step in the linking of organisational performance objectives and individual performance objectives is: . (a) setting mutual objectives that are aligned with the strategic business objectives . (b) setting clear, fixed objectives for each employee .(c) evaluating and rewarding performance .(d) determining how performance standards will be monitored and measured
6. Many unions are opposed to any form of performance evaluation as they believe it: . (a) leads to job insecurity . (b) fosters distrust between employer and employee (c) creates a competitive culture (d) is often difficult to determine a reliable and valid measure to use
.7. . (a) (b) Which of the following is not a key element of performance the creation of a shared vision of the organisation's strategic the linking of performance evaluation and employee measurement: objectives development and rewards to motivate and reinforce desired behaviours (c) the use of a formal review process to evaluate individual progress towards goal achievement (d) an analysis of job design characteristics and review of production processes related to performance capability .