Organizational Behavior & Theory
Name_____________________________________________ Banner# ____________________________ Date: ______________ Directions: Circle the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. _____ represent(s) complex, patterned, organismic reactions to how we think we are doing in our lifelong efforts to survive and flourish and to achieve what we wish for ourselves.
A. Self-efficacy B. Skills C. Intelligence D. Emotions E. Abilities 2. Which of the following mental abilities was found to be a valid predictor of job performance for both minority and majority applicants?
A. Mnemonic fluency B. Deductive reasoning C. Spatial ability D. …show more content…
D. all employees are treated fairly E. the employee attains outcomes above expectations 4. Experts estimate that the cost of turnover can range up to ______% of the yearly salary for professional employees.
A. 175 B. 150 C. 200 D. 100 E. 125 5. Offering a variety of progressive benefits and human resource programs to employees is a way to foster the _____ component of organizational commitment.
A. behavioral B. continuance commitment C. cognitive D. normative commitment E. affective commitment 6. Empirical evidence suggests that job involvement is ____.
A. unrelated to job satisfaction B. positively related to intrinsic motivation C. typically de-motivating to employees
D. positively related to intentions to quit one's job E. negatively related to job satisfaction 7. In the ____ model of job satisfaction, one's perception that work outcomes, relative to work inputs, compare favorably with a significant other's outcomes/inputs results in satisfaction.
A. need fulfillment B. discrepancies C. value attainment D. equity E. dispositional/Genetic component 8. According to researchers studying the causes of job satisfaction, approximately _______% of an individual's job satisfaction is associated with dispositional and genetic components.
A. 20 B. 30 C. 40 D. 50 E. 10 9. You are unlikely to say anything to someone smoking in the non-smoking section of a