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alse 11. The major purpose of 360-degree feedback is to increase uniformity by soliciting a. 12. Psyhological testing is appropriate only when the testing and feedback processes are closely handled by a qualified professional. a. True b. False :. An individual whose pay is above the range for a job is referred to as a green-circled employee. a. True Ise cate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. hich of the following statements is true of the equity theory? This theory of motivation was first introduced by Victor Vroom at Yale in 1964. This theory emphasizes the importance of finding valued rewards for the employee. This theory of motivation was first introduced by John Stacey Adams in 1963. This theory states that an employees motivation is based on several linked concepts. h of the following is a disadvantage of on-the-job training (OJT)? is more expensive than classroom training. ternal firms are typically used for training purposes. s the least flexible of all the available modes of employee training. ha trongferred to the trainees.
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media%2Fefa%2Fefa40e7b-b159-4210-9c31-5a alse 11. The major purpose of 360-degree feedback is to increase uniformity by soliciting a. 12. Psyhological testing is appropriate only when the testing and feedback processes are closely handled by a qualified professional. a. True b. False :. An individual whose pay is above the range for a job is referred to as a green-circled employee. a. True Ise cate the answer choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. hich of the following statements is true of the equity theory? This theory of motivation was first introduced by Victor Vroom at Yale in 1964. This theory emphasizes the importance of finding valued rewards for the employee. This theory of motivation was first introduced by John Stacey Adams in 1963. This theory states that an employee's motivation is based on several linked concepts. h of the following is a disadvantage of on-the-job training (OJT)? is more expensive than classroom training. ternal firms are typically used for training purposes. s the least flexible of all the available modes of employee training. ha trongferred to the trainees.