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Human resource management: a
case study approach
(answers can be found at the bottom of the page)
Job families are:
Groups of employees who share common characteristics in terms of entry
Employees who come from the same geographical area as each other
Employees who share the same career aspirations
Employees who all started at the same time and shared the same induction
Capability planning is primarily:
A part of training plans for young graduates
A way of measuring competitive advantage
Based on a scale of expertise for critical core skills
A method of controlling employee turnover
Here are four descriptions of a person's potential in the context of HR planning. One of
them is wrong. Which one is it?
'Height' is about a person's potential to rise up through the
ranks of management
'Depth' is about a person's potential to develop world
'Breadth' is about a person's potential to do many different types of jobs
'Weight' is about a person's potential to add value to an
Succession or continuity planning:
Isn't important because the future is unknown
Is only successful when 'owned' by senior management
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Isn't possible because
people will leave their jobs anyway
Is important for all types and levels of jobs in an organisation
One of these statements about talent management is wrong. Which one is wrong?
Talent management is about motivating all employees to give their best
Talent management is an important component of learning and development
Talent management is only relevant to high flyers in an organisation
management involves recruiting the best people to fill vacancies
Personal career planning is mainly about:
Climbing up the career ladder to move into senior positions
for jobs elsewhere which seem to be more suitable
Giving people opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge required for their
Taking up opportunities for secondment to gain experience
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- Submitted On 15 Jul, 2018 04:42:59