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The easiest way to deal with an increased demand for labor in through overtime pay. A) True B) False
The easiest way to deal with an increased demand for labor is through overtime pay. TRUE.
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The line manager, the human resource department, and the job analyst generally share responsibility for conducting a job analysis. A) True B) False
Weegy: A) True. The line manager, the human resource department, and the job analyst generally share responsibility for conducting a job analysis. (More)
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Evidence suggests that jobs occupied by men are rated as more complex than are similar jobs occupied by women. A) True B) False
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The functional job analysis relies on a taxonomy of abilities that represents all the key work dimensions. A) True B) False
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Early research determining that individual and group behavior was important to organizations involved the A) Hawthorne Studies. B) scientific management groups. C) total quality management investigations. D) use of employee testing. E) outsourcing studies.
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The basic notion of the human relations movement was that A) employees had to be intimidated to be motivated. B) technology was in decline. C) satisfied employees would work harder for the company. D) unions were a waste of time.
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The basic notion of the human relations movement was that C) satisfied employees would work harder for the company.
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