1. Which one of the following becomes a creative factor in production?
a) Land (b) Capital © Consumers (d) Human Resources
2. People cast in the role of contributors to production are called
a) Capitalist (b) Land owners © Human Resources
3. Wide range of abilities and attributes possessed by people are called as
a) Management (b) Human Resources
© Entrepreneur (d) Intrepreneur.
4. Deployment of which resource is difficult to master
(b) Land © Capital (d) Natural
5. The focus of human resource management revolves around
a) Machine (b) Motivation © Money (d) Men
6. Quality-oriented organization’s primary concern centers around
a) Coordination (b) Communication © Human Resources
7. Quality goals require alignment with
a) Production (b) Human Resources
© Finance (d) Purchase
8. Demand for human resources and management is created by
a) Expansion of industry
(b) Shortage of labour © Abundance of capital
(d) Consumer preferences
9. Management function arises as a result of
a) Consumer preferences (b) Abundance of capital © Expansion of industry
d) Shortage of labour
10. Union function arises as a result of employees’
a) Problem of communication (b) Longing for belonging © Dissatisfaction
d) Change in technology.
11. Human Resources Management is primarily concerned with
a) Sales (b) Dimensions of people
© External environment (d) Cost discipline
12. Human Resource Management aims to maximise employees’ as well as organizational (a) Effectiveness
(b) Economy © Efficiency (d) Performativity
13. The difference between human resource management and personnel management is (a) Insignificant (b) Marginal © Narrow (d) Wide.
14. Human resources management function does not involve
a) Recruitment (b) Selection © Marketing
15. Which one is not the specific goal of human resource management?
a) Attracting applicants (b) Separating employees
© Retaining employees
d) Motivating employees.
16. Identify which one is an added specific goal of Human Resource Management?
(b) Learning © Unlearning (d) Separating.
17. Identify the top most goal of Human Resource Management.
a) Legal compliance (b) Competitive edge © Work force adaptability
18. To achieve goals, organisations require employees’
a) Control (b) Direction © Commitment
19. Human Resource Management help improve
a) Production (b) Productivity
© Profits (d) Power
20. The amount of quality output for amount of input means
(b) Production © Sales increase (d) Increase in profits.
21. Responding to employees and involving them in decision-making is referred to as
a) Autonomy (b) Empowerment © Production (d) Quality of work life.