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32- The perceived fairness of what an employer pays, relative to what other employers pay for the same type of labor, is a description of: A. The distributive justice model of compensation. B. The labor market model of compensation. C. Egalitarianism in compensation. D. Internal equity in compensation. E. External equity in compensation
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The perceived fairness of what an employer pays, relative to what other employers pay for the same type of labor, is a description of external equity in compensation.
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The perceived fairness of what an employer pays, relative to what other employers pay for the same type of labor, is a description of external equity in compensation.
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27- Perquisites, also called “perks”: A. Are a special type of benefits, generally reserved for upper-level managers. B. Are a special type of pay incentive, generally reserved for upper-level managers. C. Make up 60% of employees’ total compensation. D. Is another name for indirect compensation that includes health benefits, vacation and unemployment compensation
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Perquisites, also called “perks” are a special type of benefits, generally reserved for upper-level managers.
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The user of the _______ conflict style attempts to resolve conflicts through assertive give and take concessions. A A) avoiding C. accommodating B) negotiating D. collaborating
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The user of the NEGOTIATING conflict style attempts to resolve conflicts through assertive give and take concessions.
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