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_____ refers to the material that is rich in association for the trainees and is therefore easily understood by them A. Meaningfulness B. Pygmalion effect C. Orientation D. Training paradox
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User: _____ refers to the material that is rich in association for the trainees and is therefore easily understood by them A. Meaningfulness B. Pygmalion effect C. Orientation D. Training paradox

Weegy: Meaningfulness refers to the material that is rich in association for the trainees and is therefore easily understood by them.



User: Which theory is founded on the premise that an individual’s intentions regulate his or her behavior? A. Attribution theory B. Grounded theory C. Correspondent inference theory D. Goal theory

Weegy: Goal theory is founded on the premise that an individual s intentions regulate his or her behavior.



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Recruitment begins by specifying __________, which are the typical result of job analysis and workforce planning activities A. human resource requirements B. strategic imperatives C. pay grades D. affirmative action candidates
Weegy: Recruitment begins by specifying Human Resource Requirements, which are the typical result of analysis and workforce planning activities. User: Which of the following statements about a company using a passive nondiscrimination posture is true A. It is a concerted effort by the organization to actively expand the pool of applicants so that no one is excluded because of past or present discrimination. B. This posture recognizes that discriminatory practices in the past may block prospective applicants from seeking present job opportunities. C. No attempt is made by the company to recruit actively among prospective minority applicants. D. It systematically favors women and minorities in hiring and promotion decisions (More)
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Updated 9/7/2016 9:26:28 AM
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The following statements about a company using a passive nondiscrimination posture is true: No attempt is made by the company to recruit actively among prospective minority applicants.
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