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The perceived fairness of the relation between what a person does (inputs) and what the person receives (outputs): a. Individual equity b. Equity c.Merit Raise d.Employee compensation
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User: The perceived fairness of the relation between what a person does (inputs) and what the person receives (outputs): a. Individual equity b. Equity c.Merit Raise d.Employee compensation

Weegy: The perceived fairness of the relation between what a person does (inputs) and what the person receives (outputs) is EQUITY.



User: Series of steps or levels within a pay grade , usually based on years of service: a. Pay ranges b. Equity c.Merit Raise d.Variable pay systems

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Series of steps or levels within a pay grade , usually based on years of service: Pay ranges.

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Minimum wage act was established in which year? a. 1948 b.1956 c. 1988 d.1947
Weegy: Minimum wage act was established in 1948. User: Which of the following method is superior and widely used methods of evaluating jobs? a. Ranking method b.Classification method c.Factor comparison method d. Point method Weegy: Point method is superior and widely used methods of evaluating jobs. User: Which of the following method is more systematic and scientific methods of evaluating jobs. a. Ranking method b.Classification method c.Factor comparison method d.Point method (More)
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Factor comparison method is more systematic and scientific methods of evaluating jobs.
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Merit raises are seldom: a. Decided by supervisors b.Given to average performers c.Based on performance Appraisals d.Tied to payout standards
Weegy: Merit raises are seldom : Tied to payout standards. User: Incentive schemes should be installed right from beginning of production: a. True, b. False (More)
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Incentive schemes should be installed right from beginning of production. FALSE.
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The results of wages and salary surveys; the value of a job in the labour market. a. Internal equity b.External equity c.Both (A & B) d.None
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External equity is the results of wages and salary surveys; the value of a job in the labour market.
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Which of the following shows the relationship between the value of the job and the average wage paid for this job? a. Wage curve b.Classification method c.Factor comparison method d.Point method
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Wage curve shows the relationship between the value of the job and the average wage paid for this job.
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Each job is combined with other jobs of similar worth into the same classification or pay group.a. Job ranking b.Job grading c.Rate ranges d.None of these
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None of these. Each job is combined with other jobs of similar worth into the same classification or pay group. This is called job classification.
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