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A plan, offering a 75% base salary along with 25% incentives is classified as


A : a. combination plan

B : b. non commission plan

C : c. competitive plan

D : d. noncompetitive plan

The 'piecework' pay plan is often called


A : a. individual pay plan

B : b. group pay plan

C : c. extrinsic rewards

D : d. intrinsic rewards

The factor which influence 'bonuses' are


A : a. eligibility

B : b. fund size

C : c. individual performance

D : d. all of above

Adding 'incentives' to the job is included in


A : a. intrinsic motivation

B : b. extrinsic motivation

C : c. outsourced motivation

D : d. in-house motivation

All incentive plans focused on


A : a. performance

B : b. skills

C : c. tenure

D : d. particular knowledge

The reward of performance must have some value for the employee, an example of


A : a. expectancy

B : b. instrumentality

C : c. valence

D : d. de-expectancy

An informal employee-manager refers to


A : a. social recognition program

B : b. performance feedback

C : c. non-financial awards

D : d. financial awards

A managerial approach, focusing on improving work methods, situation analysis and observation, known as


A : a. linking performance and pay

B : b. scientific management movement

C : c. performance based system

D : d. low-performance work system

The pay is rewarded according to strict proportionality between rewards and production results, known as


A : a. straight piecework

B : b. proportional piecework

C : c. dis-proportional piecework

D : d. variable piecework

According to Herzberg, the job working conditions are considered as


A : a. hygiene's

B : b. DE motivators

C : c. intrinsic hygiene's

D : d. extrinsic hygiene's

The theory, according to which people are motivated in a sequence of hierarchy of needs is called


A : a. prepotency process principle

B : b. prepotency process principle

C : c. process principle

D : d. hierarchy principle

Frederick Herzberg, Abraham and Maslow, gave the theories of


A : a. motivation

B : b. HR system

C : c. appraisal system

D : d. performance based appraisal

The managers can support 'instrumentality' by creating


A : a. easy incentive plans

B : b. uneasy incentive plans

C : c. intrinsic incentive plans

D : d. extrinsic incentive plans

The standard of 'output' for a job is called


A : a. fair day's work

B : b. unfair day's work

C : c. incentive rate

D : d. systematic soldiering

The plans that are designed to motivate employees' short term performance are called


A : a. annual bonus

B : b. annual award

C : c. annual sales promotion

D : d. annual transfer

The reward given to workers whose work exceeds some set standards is called


A : a. financial incentives

B : b. non-financial incentives

C : c. effective incentives

D : d. ineffective incentives

If a worker gets a premium for extra 'output' than a 'set standard' is called


A : a. standard hour plan

B : b. standard piece rate

C : c. standard piecework

D : d. variable hour plan

Employees beliefs that successful performance leads to rewards is the best explanation of


A : a. expectancy

B : b. instrumentality

C : c. valence

D : d. de-expectancy

The motivation theory shows the downside of 'extrinsic rewards' is explained in


A : a. Victor Vroom expectancy theory

B : b. Edward Deci motivation theory

C : c. Maslow's motivation theory

D : d. Fredrick Herzberg motivation theory

The public recognition such as an award in organized function is the best classified as an example of


A : a. financial awards

B : b. non-financial rewards

C : c. proportional award

D : d. fixed award

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