Today's employees exchange their job skills for:
The manager's role in an employee's career development does not include:
An employer's role in an employee's career development does not include:
Whether a job's demands match a candidate's skills and interest may be determined by:
An employee with high expectations who encounters a boring, unchallenging job may suffer from:
Planned _________ can help an employee determine his or her future career moves.
A manager utilizes __________ to match an employee's strengths and weaknesses with a feasible career path.
Employers increase opportunities for employees to interact with diverse employees by:
Moving an employee to a position with increased responsibility is:
Today's focus on competitiveness favors ______________ as the preferred basis for promotions.
A preference for basing promotions on competence is dictated by:
Published promotion policies and procedures do not include:
The criteria by which a firm awards promotions are described in a:
The psychological contract between employer and employee has been undermined by:
The _________ gives a supervisor and employee an opportunity to join the employee's performance and career interests into a career plan.
Matching an employee's career goals and skills with promotional opportunities is the purpose of:
Engagement, explanation, and expectation clarity all contribute to:
Involving individuals in decisions that affect them is:
Ensuring that employees know the penalties for failing to meet standards is:
Encouraging employees to behave sensibly at work is the purpose of:
Fairness in discipline includes all the following except:
Dismissal should occur only after attempts have been made to ______ the employee.
Persistent failure to perform assigned duties or meet prescribed standards may lead to dismissal for:
An employee who tries but cannot do the job may be dismissed for:
Failure to treat employees fairly in the dismissal process may foster a charge of:
An employer may assist employees in securing a new job by:
Eliciting opinions on the pros and cons of working for a firm may be obtained by:
The WARN Act requires 60 days notice of a layoff except when:
An employer may avoid a layoff by the following methods except:
Employees may avoid layoffs by agreeing to: