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Daily MCQs Series - 29(in Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
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confusions in 8 questions, remuneration performance based pe increase hota h??
what is the right answer of 3rd mcq? I could not clearly get the answer
question 8 was not clear sir
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sir question 8 plz explain
  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 29


  4. 1. The clustering of formerly numerous individual pay grades into a few broad pay grades is known as (a) salary range (b) narrow banding . (c) job evaluation (d)broadbanding


  5. . 2. Organisations wanting to restructure and flatten, redefine career paths and encourage personal growth through lateral job movement may make use of which pay system . (a) standard salary range . (b) broadbanding . (c) salary structures . (d) job evaluation


  6. Which of the following is not one of the basic market postures that an organisation uses to position itself in the pay market 3. . (a) pay above market average (b) pay market average . (c) pay below market average . (d) pay determined by yearly profits


  7. . 4. A graphical representation of the organisation's predicted salary midpoints for the 12-month period ahead is known as . (a) a salary policy line . (b) a salary structure (c) a salary range (d) a salary curve


  8. 5. Inequities in compensation can: . (a) lead to internal competition . (b) have a negative impact on morale and motivation . (c) reduce the organisation's ability to attract high quality employees . (d) promote increased employee performance


  9. 6. Pay secrecy can . (a) generate mistrust of the compensation . (b) reduce employee motivation and inhibit the . (c) increase commitment and loyalty to the . (d) both (a) and (b) program organisation's effectiveness organisation


  10. 7. When the difference in pay rates between jobs is too small employees may feel . (a) unmotivated to improve performance . (b)pay secrecy exists . (c) pay compression exists . (d) pay inequities exist