Human Resources Concepts (US)

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Advanced
Administration Time - 1 hr
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Scoring Options Internet icon
Language English
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The Human Resources Concepts test measures the candidate's knowledge of the core areas of Human Resources. Designed for human resource professionals and experienced managers, this test covers the following topics: Recruiting, Compensation, Benefits, Job Analysis, Labor Relations, Managing Employees, Occupational Safety and Health, Training and Development, and Strategic HR.

Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT) technology dynamically adjusts the test to the level of the test taker resulting in shorter test times, increased accuracy and enhanced security.

Category: Human Resources
Max # of Questions: 30
Max Time Allowed: 3 Minutes Per Question
Test Length: Approximate Completion Time: 22 Minutes
Dimensions: HR Concepts

Test Topics

Benefits
• Common Benefits
• Employee Services
• Management of Benefits
• Role of Income Replacement Benefits

Compensation Management
• Challenges
• Incentive Systems
• Job Evaluation
• Job Pricing
• New Approaches

Diversity Management
• Affirmative Action/EEO
• Challenges
• Managing Diversity
• Strategic Importance

Labor Relations
• Administering the Contract
• Collective Agreements
• Collective Bargaining
• Goals & Structures of Unions
• Impact of Union Representation

Managing Employees
• Communications
• Discipline
• Employee Retention
• Employee Rights
• Occupational Safety & Health-Contemporary Issues
• Occupational Safety & Health-Occupational Stress
• Occupational Safety & Health-Rehabilitation
• Performance Appraisals
• Workplace Injuries & Health Hazards

Recruiting
• Advertising
• Application Forms
• Constraints
• Sources

Selection
• Employment Tests
• Hiring Decision
• Interviews
• Medical Evaluations
• Review of Application Forms

Strategic Role of HR
• Challenges
• HR Information Systems
• HR Planning
• Staffing & Retention
• Strategies
• Structure & Roles

Training & Development
• Career Planning
• Employee Training
• Job Analysis
• Job Design
• Management Development
• Orientation
• Strategic Importance of Job Analysis

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