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Questions 41

Which of the following is a term used to describe efforts made by a downsizing company to help former employees through the transition to new jobs and help them re-orientate to the job market?

Options:

A.

Duty of diligence

B.

Exit interview

C.

Utility function

D.

Outplacement

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Questions 42

You are leading a brief presentation for your company about the ERISA program your company participates in. What is ERISA used for?

Options:

A.

It protects the interests of those who participate in employee benefit plans

B.

It protects the workers of employee compensation plans

C.

It protects private organizations that have profit sharing plans for employee compensation

D.

It allows private organizations to create investments for workers in profit-sharing plans

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Questions 43

As an HR Professional, you are required to post an OSHA poster in a conspicuous place that is easily visible to employees. What OSHA poster lists each of the employee's rights?

Options:

A.

OSHA 3165 poster

B.

OSHA 5613 poster

C.

OSHA 5131 poster

D.

OSHA 3615 poster

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Questions 44

As an HR Professional you should be familiar with the terminology, practices, and rules governing union-based strikes. What is the ally doctrine?

Options:

A.

A union may expand upon its primary picketing activity to include employees who are allies of the primary employer.

B.

Employers cannot force friends, colleagues, and family members into joining a union picket. Allies of the picketing union can allow allies into the picket line.

C.

A union may expand upon its primary picketing activity to include employers who are allies of the primary employer.

D.

A union may serve as an ally to another striking union by allowing their members to join the picket against the primary employer.

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Questions 45

You are an HR Professional for your organization. You and your supervisor are reviewing the EEO reporting requirements for your company to comply with the reports your firm should file. Which EEO Report is a survey, collected every other year on even calendar years?

Options:

A.

EEO-4 Report

B.

EEO-5 Report

C.

EEO-3 Report

D.

EEO-1 Report

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Questions 46

Holly is the HR Professional for her organization and she's examining the type of exemptions for computer employees. What is the minimum rate that the computer employee must earn to be considered exempt?

Options:

A.

$27.63 per hour

B.

$17.03 per hour

C.

$45.33 per hour

D.

$31.23 perhour

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Questions 47

A union is performing a jurisdictional strike in front of a construction site. What is a jurisdictional strike?

Options:

A.

It is a strike through which the union seeks to pressurize an employer to assign a particular work to its members; rather than to members of other unions or to the non-union workers.

B.

It is a strike through which the union seeks to pressurize an employer to agree to the terms ofa new contract although there is already an approved contract in place.

C.

It is a strike through which the union seeks to pressurize an employer to agree to the terms of a new contract because the current contract between the employer and the union has expired.

D.

It is a strike through which the union seeks to pressurize an employer to assign all work to its members, rather than to members of non-union workers.

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Questions 48

Your organization will be using the factor comparison technique in their evaluations of job performance. You need to communicate what the factor comparison technique accomplishes as you're the HR Professional for your organization. Which of the following best describes the factor comparison technique?

Options:

A.

Factor comparison is an evaluation technique that involves the ranking of each compensable factor of each job.

B.

Factor comparison is an evaluation technique that involves the ranking of each compensable factor of each job. A monetary value is assigned for each factor to determine its worth. Based on performance, historical information, and value this approach determines the importance and value of each job.

C.

Factor comparison is an evaluationtechnique that involves the ranking of each compensable factor of each job. A monetary value is assigned for each factor to determine its worth. Based on performance, historical information, and value this approach determines a bonus structure for each job.

D.

Factor comparison is an evaluation technique that involves the ranking of each compensable factor of each job. A monetary value is assigned for each factor to determine its worth. Based on performance, historical information, and value this approachdetermines a pay rate for each job.

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Questions 49

Fred is a union employee who has been summoned by the management to an investigatory hearing regarding his conduct. Fred would like to have a union representative with him at the meeting. What is the name of the right that allows Fred to have a union representative with him at the meeting?

Options:

A.

Management Rights

B.

Bumping Right

C.

Right of Way

D.

Weingarten Right

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Exam Code: PHR
Exam Name: Professional in Human Resources
Last Update: Jun 14, 2024
Questions: 165

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