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Daily MCQs Series - 26 (in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
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  1. NTA NET 2018 COMMERCE DAILY MCQ SERIES BY - TALVIR SINGH


  2. ABOUT ME M.Com & MBA From PU CHANDIGARH JRF QUALIFIED IN COMMERCE WORKING AS ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 TIMES UNIVERSITY COLOR HOLDER BEST DEBATER OF PUNJAB (2017) BEST POET OF PU CHANDIGARH (2016) COMEDY ADDICT FREELANCE MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER YOUTUBER unacademy


  3. MCQ SERIES 26


  4. 1. By rewarding desired results an organisation's compensation policies and practices (a) attract highly skilled applicants to the organisation (b) reinforce employee behaviour that realises its strategic business objectives . . (c) encourage employees to work harder and faster .(d) stimulate the interest of employees in their tasks


  5. 2. Some critics argue that collective employee relations and unions can be undermined by . (a) enterprise bargaining . (b) negotiated award rates (c) pay for performance (d) bonus incentive schemes


  6. 3. A compensation objective for the organisation would (a) give the employee equitable treatment (b) measure and reward appropriately the employee's performance (c) provide regular salary and performance reviews (d) attract and keep the desired quality mix of employees . '


  7. 4. An objective for the employee of a compensation program would be to . (a) control compensation costs (c) motivate employees to improve their . (d) comply with legal requirements (b) provide regular salary and performance reviews performance


  8. .5. Before determining the compensation given to a job incumbent it is necessary to (a) access the financial needs of the employee (b) review compensation packages at other organisations (c)conduct a job analysis and job evaluation (d) decide how valuable the employee is to the organisation


  9. 6. Components of a systematic salary administration (a) job evaluation; salary survey; performance (b) job evaluation; organisational objectives; (c) job evaluation; job description; performance (d) organisational objectives; job description; salary program include evaluation; pay for performance performance evaluation; pay for performance evaluation; pay for performance survey; merit pay


  10. 7. Gross overpayment or underpayment of employees gives rise to employee dissatisfaction due to (a) (b) (c) lack of motivation to work harder above average compensation the difficulty of achieving intrinsic rewards for performance (d) the lack of fairness employees perceive