Set 1

Q. Job analysis includes:
(a) Job Description
(b) Job classifications
(c) Job evaluation
(d) All of the above

Q. The process used to collect information about the duties ,
responsibilities , necessary skills , and work environment of a
particular job is called:
(a) Job analysis
(b) ob description
(c) Recruitment
(d) Selection

Q. Performance Evaluation is the step in :
(a) Recruitment Process
(b) Staffing Process
(c) Strategic planning
(d) Induction process

Q. The business can achieve financial performance through its more
effective execution of strategy.
(a) True
(b) False
(c) all of the above
(d) none of the above


Q. …………..is the way of generating human resources:
(a) Recruitment & Selection
(b) Rewards
(c) Compensation
(d) Development

Q. Planning the total workforce requried:
(a) Organisation design
(b) Workforce Planning
(c) Job Design
(d) All of the above

Q. How can we set the strategic direction?
(a) Conduct an external anvironmentall scan and evaluate its impact on the
organization
(b) Planning the total workforce
(c) enarating required human resource
(d) None of the above

Q. Strategic human resource planning model:
(a) Setting the strategic direction
(b) Designing the human resource management system
(c) Planning the total workforce
(d) All of the above


Q. Strategic Planning cannot exist without:
(a) Human resource planning
(b) Strategies
(c) Policies
(d) Workforce

Q. Demand Forecasting includes:
(a) Bottom – Up approach
(b) Top down approach
(c) Participative approach
(d) All of the above

Q. Demand Forecasting is the step in the process of :
(a) Human resource planning
(b) Employment
(c) Ratio Analysis
(d) All the above

Q. Workers from different countries travel to other countries in
search of job is called:
(a) Pressure groups
(b) Multicultural workforce
(c) Human resource
(d) Labour
Q. ……… is the limitation of human resource planning:
(a) Problem of surplus staff
(b) Corporate Strategies
(c) Corporate Policies
(d) None of the above

Q. Which of these are components of humna resource planning?
(a) Recruitment & Selection
(b) Induction & Development
(c) Personal Development
(d) All of the above

Q. The basic purpose of human resource planning is to:
(a) identify the human resource requirements
(b) identify the human resource availability
(c) match the HR requirements with the HR availability
(d) All of the above

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