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____ are rewards given to employees by someone else.

a. Intrinsic rewards b. Extrinsic rewards c. Expected rewards d. Valued rewards

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Successful productivity improvement programs are able to establish a clear connection between employee efforts and ____.

a. Pay structure b. Valued rewards c. Job performance d. Job enrichment

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____ link financial rewards to successful job performance.

a. Merit pay programs

b. Quality circle programs c. Empowerment programs d. Job enrichment programs

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According to Edward Lawler, all but which of the following is recommended for organizations interested in starting a merit pay plan?

a. Make pay increases public b. Do not deliver rewards as a salary increase c. Do not deliver instant or spot rewards d. Make sure individual performance can be measured accurately

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Gainsharing programs are most commonly found in:

a. Manufacturing firms b. Government offices c. Professional service firms d. Financial institutions

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Which type of profit-sharing plan distributes the individual's earnings at retirement?

a. Retirement plans b. Deferred plans c. Distribution plans d. Combination plans

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____ aims to redesign jobs to be more intrinsically rewarding.

a. Job enlargement b. Job accommodation c. Job enrichment d. Job rotation

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Quality circles can be used to increase ____.

a. Production quality b. Production efficiency c. Employee empowerment d. Employee efficiency

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Willing compliance with workplace justice laws helps firms gain competitive advantage by ____.

a. Lowering litigation costs b. Enhancing the company image c. Developing more positive employee attitudes d. All of the above factors lead to competitive advantage.

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An employee who circulates photos to another employee depicting sexual behavior would be an example of ____.

a. Quid pro quo sexual harassment b. Hostile environment sexual harassment

c. Sexual assault d. Glass ceiling harassment

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Employers should do all but which of the following to prevent sexual harassment?

a. Establish a written policy prohibiting sexual harassment b. Establish a committee composed of women to investigate sexual harassment c. Provide appropriate supervisory training d. Establish investigation guidelines

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Which type of sexual harassment occurs when a person is denied an employment opportunity that was given to someone who complied with requests for sexual favors?

a. Indirect sexual harassment b. Reverse sexual harassment c. Quid pro quo sexual harassment d. Hostile environment sexual harassment

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All but which of the following are EEOC guidelines for developing a policy on sexual harassment?

a. Define sexual harassment and stress that such conduct will not be tolerated b. Establish a complaint procedure and a time frame for investigations c. Establish appropriate penalties d. Ensure transparency and provide protection against retaliation

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Employers issue FPPs due to all but which of the following reasons?

a. Minimize potential legal liability arising from birth defects b. Avoid publicity arising from lawsuits involving the birth of a deformed child c. Meet their moral obligation to prevent birth defects by keeping female employees away from workplace hazards d. Employers issue FPPs due to all of the above reasons.

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OWBPA provisions dictate that the waiver document signed by early retirees must ____.

a. Inform employees of their rights under ADEA and OWBPA b. Give the employee 45 days to consider whether to sign the waiver c. Allow employees to revoke their decisions for up to 21 days after they sign the waiver d. State that employees are waiving their rights to claims occurring after the waiver is signed