2017_1 TMA Solutions - ENT325, Human Resources Management Principles

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1 __________ theory of motivation is a very significant motivational theory due to the research conducted on this area.

McClelland


2 Direction and control are essentially useless in motivating people whose important needs are social or__________

egoistic.


3 Management cannot provide a man with self-respect or with the satisfaction of needs for

self-fulfilment


4 The means for satisfying main __________ and safety needs can be provided or withheld by management.

physiological


5 The Carrot-and__________ theory of motivation according to McGregor works under certain circumstances.

stick


6 Human beings by nature are not ________ or resistant to organizational needs.

passive


7 ________ is responsible for organizing the elements of productive enterprise.

Managem ent


8 _________says that the issue of managing people should be change.

McGreg or


9 McGregor’s theory Y has _______ propositions.

three


10 The Motivational work of Douglas McGregor is classified under a movement called

Industrial H umanism


11 Leadership has been defined by McKinney and _______ as “the person who can mesh divergent and conflicting forces

Howa rd


12 A closed career system does not permit entry at the middle or _______ levels.

upper


13 An _________ career system permits entrance at any or all grade levels

open


14 _______ is defined as the progression of an individual in a field of work throughout the employable years of his life.

Career


15 ________ refers to a person’s potential for doing a job ability could be physical or mental

F-Ability


16 Expectancy ranges from_____ to + 1

=+C76


17 _____________ is the individual’s perception or belief that the first level outcome is associated with the second level outcome.

Instrumentality


18 In 1946 Victor Vroom the propounder of ______________

Expectancy theory


19 ___________are the basic human needs to sustain life such as food, clothing, and shelter.

Physiological Needs



20 In __________ Abraham Maslow presented a paper titled the theory of human motivation

1943



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1 _________ is the right to give orders and the power to exact obedience

authority


2 Informal organizations are known as _________ groups within an organization

social


3 The first step in organization _________ is analysis of present and future circumstances and environmental factors.

design


4 __________ is only a means to an end.

organization


5 The HRM functions can be broadly classified into _____ categories

two


6 The first type of model to be considered in human resources is the _________

matching model


7 The differences between personnel management and human resources management can be seen in terms of emphasis and _________and not entirely in terms of substances.

appro aches


8 __________ is defined as that which is concerned with the procurement, development, compensation, integration and maintenance of the personnel of an organization.

personnel management


9 Macro and ________ are sub system of human resources

Micro


10 A system is a particular set of procedures or devices designed to manage a process in a _________ way.

predictable


11 A _________ is a series of tasks or activities to be performed in sequential order to accomplish an objective.

proce ss


12 The traditional methods of recruitment are advertisement in _____________.

posters on bill board
magazines
newapaper
***All of the a bove


13 ___________ defines recruitment process.

Ibrahim Omale


14 An employment examination is ________ if it succeeds in identifying those characteristics of mind and skill necessary to the given purpose.

objec tive


15 There are __________ criteria for the effectiveness of examination as a selection tool.

three


16 QWL means ____________________

Quality of Work Life


17 _________ play an important role in selecting the candidates for higher level jobs in the organizational hierarchy.

Behavioural s pecifications


18 Job Specification is a written statement of __________ traits physical and mental characteristics that an individual must possess to perform the job duties and discharge responsibilities effectively.

qualifications


19 Job description is an important document which is basically descriptive in nature and contains a statement of ________.

job analy sis


20 Critical Incident Technique is useful for scientific analysis and _________ research.

Selection
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1 The human resource philosophy refers to the _________ and belief to treat the human elements in the production process

intention


2 Human Resources Management is a ____________function.

continuous


3 Human resource functions refers to those tasks and duties performed in an organization to provide for and _____________ the human resources.

co-ordinate


4 Human Resource Management is the process of achieving the best fit between individuals, jobs, organization and the _____________.

environment


5 Human Resource Management (HRM) is the term used to refer to the philosophy policies, ___________and practices relating to the management of people within an organization.

Procedures


6 Manuals and ___________ are essential study materials that are given out in the work place.

bulletin


7 The first type of model to be considered in human resources is the _________

matching model


8 The differences between personnel management and human resources management can be seen in terms of emphasis and _________and not entirely in terms of substances.

appro aches


9 __________ is defined as that which is concerned with the procurement, development, compensation, integration and maintenance of the personnel of an organization.

personnel management


10 Macro and ________ are sub system of human resources

Micro


11 A system is a particular set of procedures or devices designed to manage a process in a _________ way.

predictable


12 The personnel management phase I as they are in two (2) phase’s spans 1940s to ________

1970s


13 ________ major stages can be identified in the British version of the evolution of Human Resources Management

Six


14 The philosophy recognizes the logic or _________ of work.

rationality


15 The American version of the origin of human resource management noted its origin in the pre-industrial era of _________ to 1700

1400


16 There are _______ types of interviews which can be used for data collection for job analysis.

two


17 _________ is the first component of job design.

Job content


18 ____________ approach can be attributed to Federick W. Taylor

Engineering Appr oach


19 There are _________ important approaches to job design

three


20 _________ has a great influence on productivity of any organization and the level of satisfaction.

job design
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1 The ________ Udoji Commission refers on salaries and wages had a major impact in the Nigerian Public service.

1974


2 The reward system provides managers with the authority and skills needed to use rewards to achieve their goals.

reward


3 The reward system is of critical importance to the capability of an organization in obtaining its economic ___________.

performance


4 The ________ system must be a reflection of an employee’s contribution to the organization.

reward


5 Employees work not because they wish to assist the employers to maximize _________but rather because they have needs to satisfy.

profit


6 There are ______ identified organization development that calls for different kinds of leadership.

six


7 ________ power as an instrument at the disposal of the leader is sometimes restricted in situations where reward is based on standard bargaining.

Reward


8 ________ power is a power derived from position authority.

Legitimate


9 ________ refers to the ability to influence other people.

power


10 The concept of power and its application is pivotal to ________ effectiveness.

leadership


11 Barriers of effective communication are external, emotional,organizational and

personal


12 vertical communication can be either downward or __________

upward


13 ______ and Ordeus defined communication as a process involving the transmission and accurate replication of ideas reinforced by feedback

Scott


14 _________ is a process by which all forms of information are transferred from one person to the other.

Communication


15 The word communication is derived from the_________ word

Latin


16 Government pay level is not bound by the _______ factor.

econo mic


17 There are three purposes of employee compensation programmes according to _________

Edioni Flippo


18 _________ can be defined as the payment an employee receives for the services he/she renders.

Compensa tion


19 Appraisal Interviews this is a _________ meeting the employee and his manager or
supervisor.

face -to-face


20 __________ is a method of evaluating the behaviour of employees in a work organization

performance workers


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