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Question 41. The 'qualitative methods of evaluation' does not include
  1.    point method
  2.    factor comparison method
  3.    graphical evaluation
  4.    none of above
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option D. -> none of above
Answer: (d).none of above
Question 42. The ranging and grading salary into just few levels is called
  1.    broad banding
  2.    less branding
  3.    competency model
  4.    skill based pay model
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> broad banding
Answer: (a).broad banding
Question 43. The certain basic factors used for comparing jobs are called
  1.    compensable factors
  2.    intuitive factors
  3.    logical factors
  4.    comprehensive factors
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> compensable factors
Answer: (a).compensable factors
Question 44. Defining the factors to be compared is included in
  1.    selection of compensable factors
  2.    selection of intuitive factors
  3.    selection of logical factors
  4.    selection of comprehensive factors
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> selection of compensable factors
Answer: (a).selection of compensable factors
Question 45. The 'commission' that salesmen earns is an example of
  1.    direct pay
  2.    indirect pay
  3.    compensation
  4.    direct recruitment
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> direct pay
Answer: (a).direct pay
Question 46. Comparing quite dissimilar jobs such as nurses to technicians is the best classified as
  1.    comparable worth
  2.    incomparable worth
  3.    definable worth
  4.    indefinable worth
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> comparable worth
Answer: (a).comparable worth
Question 47. Fair procedures perceived for the allocation of job pay rates is included in
  1.    procedural equity
  2.    pay rate equity
  3.    primary equity
  4.    individual equity
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> procedural equity
Answer: (a).procedural equity
Question 48. In 'job grading method', the group of jobs that are different is called
  1.    classes
  2.    rank jobs
  3.    grades
  4.    rows
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option B. -> rank jobs
Answer: (b).rank jobs
Question 49. The levels within a 'pay grade' are called
  1.    pay ranges
  2.    grade scales
  3.    group of similar jobs
  4.    tuning pay rates
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> pay ranges
Answer: (a).pay ranges
Question 50. The comparison between what salary coworkers are getting for similar jobs is called
  1.    individual equity
  2.    pay rate equity
  3.    collective equity
  4.    procedural equity
 Discuss Question
Answer: Option A. -> individual equity
Answer: (a).individual equity

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