Question : Setting reasonable start and end times securing a distraction-free learning environment including activities that put trainees

in a good mood and providing adequate breaks and nutritious meals throughout the training can help make trainees more confident about their learning abilities. Student Answer: True False Question : An organization can increase diversity by offering work-life benefits. Student Answer: True False Question : Studies show that the availability of benefits is what determines their use or value. Student Answer: True False Question : Which of the following is NOT one of the HR metrics used to assess and evaluate benefits programs?

Student Answer: Benefits as a percentage of payroll Benefits expenditures per full-time equivalent Earnings per share Return on expenditures Question : Which of the following does NOT apply to flextime job sharing and telecommuting? Student Answer: They are mandatory. They are flexible work arrangements. They are voluntary benefits. They can facilitate work-life balance. Question : HR planning job analysis and job design processes should all be considered in the job evaluation process. Student Answer: True False Question : Which of the following laws is LEAST associated with determining compensation? Student Answer: National Labor Relations Act Family and Medical Leave Act Fair Labor Standards Act Equal Pay Act Question :

In ______ plans a managed care organization of doctors hospitals and other health care providers makes a covenant with an insurer to provide health care services to employees or members at reduced rates. Student Answer: Preferred provider organization (PPO) Defined benefit Health maintenance organization (HMO) Defined contribution Question : Which of the following is NOT one of the mandatory benefits? Student Answer: Worker’s compensation Social security Severance pay Jury duty leave Question : ______ seem(s) to be more extrinsically focused while ______ tend(s) to believe that there is more to life than a paycheck. Student Answer: Generation X Baby Boomers Generation X The Matures Generation Y Generation Z Generation X Generation Y Question :

______ refers to a process that provides employees with opportunities to obtain the necessary knowledge skills and abilities (KSAs) that enable them to perform their current job-related duties more effectively and responsibly. Student Answer: Career advancement Employee development Succession planning Employee training Question : Which of the following is NOT one of the four health conditions that account for the majority of healthcare costs? Student Answer: Cancer HIV Obesity Diabetes Question : According to General Motors’s findings how much money does an obese employee annually cost the company in health services? Student Answer: Less than $1000 $1000 “ $3000 $3000 “ $5000 More than $5000 Question : ______ refers to expanding the collective capacities of organizational members to engage effectively in leadership roles and processes. Student Answer: Upward mobility Leadership development Management training Career development Question : ______ may be offered to employees for career development purposes and they can be provided either on- or off-site.

It can be in the form of workshops courses offered by consultants or classes offered by universities. Student Answer: Professional certification On-the-job training Formal education Self-paced training Question : In the ______ stage of the training process the content and resources that meet the goals and objectives set in the training’s design stage are determined and addressed. Student Answer: Training development Training delivery Training design Training transfer Question : Which of the following is NOT true about the current demographic trends in the workforce? Student Answer: The number of women in the workforce today is almost equal to the number of men. 70% of men reported that they would take a pay cut to spend more time with family. About 80% of couples have single income households. One in three children is born to a single mother