Management and Organizational Studies 3342A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Job Evaluation, Job Analysis, Complement Factor B

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Chapter 05 Job-Based Structures and Job Evaluation
Student: ___________________________________________________________________________
1. _____ is the process of systematically determining
the relative worth of jobs to create a job structure
for the organization.
A. Job
processi
ng
B. Job structuring
C. Job evaluation
D. Factor
weighting
E. Job description
2. Which of the following is the first step in the
process of determining an internal job structure?
A. Determining
compensable
factors
B. Factor
weighting
C. Job evaluation
D. Job analysis
E. Assessing value
3. _____ is the hierarchy of all jobs based on value
to the organization which provides the basis for
the pay structure.
A. Job
proces
s
B. Job structure
C. Work culture
D. Factor degree
E. Job description
4. An internal job structure based on _____ refers to
the skills required for the job, its duties, and its
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responsibilities.
A. job
conten
t
B. job value
C. external market rates
D. compensable factors
E. point methods
5. An internal job structure based on _____ refers to
the relative contribution of the skills, duties, and
responsibilities of a job to the organization's
goals.
A. compensab
le factors
B. point methods
C. external market rates
D. job content
E. job value
6. Which of the following is true about job
evaluation?
A. Typically an employer evaluates all jobs
in the organization at the same time.
B. It is used to establish an internally aligned pay
structure.
C. Employers design a single evaluation plan for all types of work.
D. It isolates each job's pay from its relative contribution to the organization.
E. It is seldom developed using benchmark jobs.
7. Which of the following is a characteristic of a
benchmark job?
A. Its contents
are little
known.
B. Its contents fluctuate frequently.
C. It is unique to a particular employer.
D. It employs a reasonable proportion of the workforce.
E. It is the highest paid job in the industry.
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8. Which of the following methods of job evaluation is
the fastest, simplest, and easiest to explain to
employees?
A. Classifi
cation
B. Ranking
C. Point method
D. Benchmarking
E. Absolution
9. _____ grades the highest- and lowest-valued jobs
first, then the next highest- and lowest-valued
jobs, repeating the process until all jobs have been
graded.
A. Paired
comparison
method
B. Classification method
C. Point method
D. Simple ranking
method
E. Alternation ranking method
10. _____ lists all jobs across columns and down rows
of a matrix, analysing the two jobs in each cell and
indicating which is of greater value, then ranking
jobs based on the total number of times each is
ranked as being of greater value.
A. Point
method
B. Classification method
C. Paired comparison method
D. Repeat point method
E. Alternation ranking method
11. Which of the following job evaluation methods is
based on job class descriptions into which jobs are
categorized?
A. Point
method
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