Human Resource Information System

Human Resource Information SystemForecasting · the process of determining the demand and supply of human resources and predicting surpluses or shortages (determine what you have vs. what you need) HRIS · Human Resource Information System Determining Labor Demand - statistical methods - judgment process Determining Labor Demand - statistical methods - judgment process Stages in HR P...

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Effectiveness of selecting personnel in real orga¬nizations

Effectiveness of selecting personnel in real orga¬nizations5 Selection Method Standards · Reliability 2. Validity 3. Generalizability 4. Utility 5. Legality Reliability · is the degree to which interviews, tests, and other selection procedures yield comparable data over a period of time. Reliability also refers to the extent to which two or more methods (interviews and tests for example) yield similar results or are...

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How to Add Standard Deviation Bars in Excel for Beginners?Why you should learn to add standard deviation bars in Excel?How to add a standard deviation bar in Excel using Windows?How to add a standard deviation bar in Excel 2007-2010?...

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Being so well respected in the organization

Being so well respected in the organizationHuman resource management · The policies, practices, and systems that influence employee's behavior, attitudes, and performance Human Capital · An organization's employees described in terms of their training, experience, judgement, relationships, and insight. Training and Experience · Employees are not interchangeable, easily replaced by parts of a system, bu...

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Training design to prepare employees

Training design to prepare employeesTraining · An organizations planned effort to help employees acquired job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, with the goal of applying these on the jobs Instructional Design · A process of systemically developing training to meet specified needs Learning Management System (LMS) · A computer application that automates the administration, development, ...

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Safety awareness programs

Safety awareness programsLegislative branch · consists of House of Reps and the Senate, enact laws that govern many HR activities . Executive branch · consists of president of the US and the regulatory agencies the president oversees Judicial branch · consists of the federal court system which is made up of three levels: US district courts and quasi-judicial administrative agencies, US Court of Appeals, Supre...

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Employer programs that attempt to instill symbolic

Employer programs that attempt to instill symbolicThe three major governing bodies established by the Constitution · Legislative Branch 2) Executive Branch 3) Judicial Branch Legislative Branch · Consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate. They develop laws that govern many HRM activities. Executive Branch · Consists of the president of the United States and the many regulatory agencies the...

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learning management system

learning management systeman organization's planned efforts to help employees acquire job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, with the goal of applying these on the job · training a process of systematically developing training to meet specified needs · instructional design a computer application that automates the administration, development, and delivery of training programs · learning...

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Federal government's executive branch

Federal government's executive branchwhat is the process of breaking down each job into a basic elements and rating each element for its potential for harm or injury? · Job hazard technique An OSHA inspection has_____ major components: · four The federal government's executive branch consist of: · many regulatory agencies overseen by the president. which of the following is not a responsibility o...

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High- performance work system

High- performance work systemHuman Resource management · the policies, practices, and systems that influence employees' behavior, attitudes, and performance Human capital · an organization's employees, described in terms of their training experience, judgment, intelligence, relationships, and insight High- performance work system · an organization in which technology, organizational structure, people, ...

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Knowledge and expertise in a limited area of HR

Knowledge and expertise in a limited area of HRConcept of "HRM" · Implies that employees are resources to the employer Human Resource Management (HRM) · The policies, practices, and systems that influence employees behavior, attitudes, and performance Characteristics of Companies with effective HRM · Employees and customers tend to be more satisfied; companies tend to: be more innovative, have greater...

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Plan Training program objectives

Plan Training program objectivesTraining· an organization's planned efforts to help employees acquire job related knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, with the goal of applying these on the jobaInstructional Design· a process of systematically developing training to meet specified needsSteps of Instructional Design· assess needs for training 2. ensure readiness for training 3. plan training program objectives, trainers, methods ...

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Question 1: Find the coordinates for the midpoint of the segment with endpoints given (5, 6) and (8, 2). Options: a) (5, 7); b) (3/2, 2); c) (13/2, 4).Question 2: Find the coordinates for the midpoint of the segment with the endpoints given. (3, 5) and (-2, 0).Options:a) (1/2, 5/2)b) (5/2, 1/2) c) (1, 5/2)Question 3: I had 5.6% battery left in my laptop and each hour it is decreasing by -0.8%. How many hours I ca...

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Question 1: In about 150 words, discuss how the economic freedoms of capitalism lead to improved societal conditions when compared with conditions of socialistic countries....

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Organization's Planned Effort to Help Employees

An organization's planned effort to help employees acquire job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors is known as:_____ · Training refers to a process of systematically developing training to meet specified needs. · instructional design The first step in the instructional design process is: · conducting a needs assessment What is a learning management system? · a software app...

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Employee Training to Meet the Organization's Specific Needs

employee training to meet the organization's specific needsTerms in this set (52) When a company designs a program to help employees gain knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors that will help them succeed at work, it is called _____. · Job training Using a process called _____, a company's human resources department provides employee training to meet the organization's specific needs. · instructional design ...

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Company Designs a Program to Help Employees Gain Knowledge

company designs a program to help employees gain knowledgeTraining: · Organization's planned efforts to help employees acquired job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, with the goal of applying these on the job Forms of training programs: - Formal classes - One-on-one mentoring They can take place on the job or other location How can training benefit the organization? - Organization - ...

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Process of Systematically Developing Training

process of systematically developing trainingThe process of identifying the knowledge, skills, and behavior that training should emphasize is called: · task analysis training designed to prepare employees to perform their jobs effectively, learn about their organization and establish work relationship is called: · orientation classroom instruction typically involved: · an instructor lecturing a grou...

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Experiential Training Program

Chapter 7 L.S experiential training programA work-study training method that teaches job skills through on-th-job and classroom training is known as a(n) Apprenticeship Which of the following characteristics apply to an experiential training program? · The program relates to a specific business problem 2) Trainees should feel outside of their comfort zone. Which type of training program has participants lea...

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Question 1: Sound travels at a rate of 340 m/s in all directions through air. Matt rings a very loud bell at one location, and Steve hears it sometime later at his location 450 meters to the south. How long did it take the sound to travel from the bell to Steve's location? a) 0.76 s b) 1.3 s c) 150,000 s d) 790 sQuestion 2: Danny sails a boat downstream. The wind pushes the boat along at 21 km/hr. The current runs downstream at 15 km/hr. Wh...

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