Human Resources

  1. HR
    Which of the following statements about benchmarks is false? A. The instrument measures 16 skills and perspectives, such as how well managers deal with subordinates, acquire resources, and create a productive work climate. B. While managers enjoy completing the instrument and ...
  2. Science
    A human body required 0.01 m activity of radioactive substance after 24 hours .Half li of radioactive substance is 6 hours .Then injection of maximum activity of radioactive substance that can be injected is : a). 0.08 b). 0.04 c). 0.16 d). 0.32
  3. HR
    Which of the following statements about benchmarks is false? A. The instrument measures 16 skills and perspectives, such as how well managers deal with subordinates, acquire resources, and create a productive work climate. B. While managers enjoy completing the instrument and ...
  4. HR
    In personnel forecasting, an effective HR professional tries to A. determine the supply of and demand for various types of human resources. B. predict the number and types of legal challenges the company is likely to face within the year. C. develop HR policies and practices ...
  5. HR
    The steps required to properly execute a workforce utilization review are A. essentially the same as those involved in job analysis. B. essentially the same as those involved in the strategic planning process. C. identical to the steps in the generic human resource planning ...
  6. HR
    The first step in the human resource planning process is A. program implementation. B. program evaluation. C. forecasting. D. goal setting. C
  7. Social Studies
    Why did the inability of the Soviet economy to provide for the needs of its citizens lead to the collapse of the system during the Reagan administration? Manufacturing centers were often stifled by the lack of resources and the shortage of labor in the Communist system. ...
  8. English
    In your own opinion 1. How do objectives assist a student in completing the assignment? 2. Describe what needs to be done for the assignment found in a sample syllabus? 3. If you were to complete the assignment found in a sample syllabus, how would you set aside time to ensure...
  9. History
    How did the Renaissance movement affect scientific innovations? (Select all that apply the Renaissance and humanism put human reasoning and gathered evidence at the center of scientific inquiry humanist philosophers during the renaissance accepted the Catholic church's ...
  10. History
    Which option explains why the United States was interested in the internal politics of countries such as Chile and Nicaragua from the 1970s to the 1980s? 1. The United States sought to support right wing factions or otherwise undermine socialist regime’s to increase its ...
  11. Micro- Econ
    Because resources are limited, __________. only the very wealthy can get everything they want firms will be forced out of business the availability of goods will be limited but the availability of services will not people must make choices I say it is the 3rd one
  12. Psychology
    why does every human being seek eudaimonia?
  13. History
    What natural resources have remained significant to Washington economic activity from the time of European colonization to today? 3 choice A. airplanes B. Factories C. Farmland D. Forests E. Genetics F. Railroads G. Research facilities H. Waterways My answers are factories, ...
  14. anatomy
    1. An example of a repetitive motion disorder is a. fibromyalgia. b. muscular dystrophy. c. multiple sclerosis. d. carpel tunnel syndrome.*** 2. The role of human placental lactogen (hPL) is related to a. lactation. b. producing estrogen.*** c. excreting progesterone. d. ...
  15. US History
    I need someone to check my answers for my homework.. 2.) During the first half of the 1800s, on which of the following did the Southern economy rely? A factory system B new immigrants !!!!!C plantation system D extensive barter 3.)What did the temperance movement rally against...
  16. social studies
    Describe four measures that can be taken to improve or develop human resources in ghana
  17. Writing
    My course program is Bachelor of Science in Information technology. Throughout this course, you will be asked to reflect on various topics in journal entries. Your Topic 2 entry will be about your program of study. The purpose of writing the journals is to provide you with an ...
  18. Writing
    Throughout this course, you will be asked to reflect on various topics in journal entries. Your Topic 2 entry will be about your program of study. The purpose of writing the journals is to provide you with an informal way of learning to express yourself and communicate through...
  19. science
    1) Identify the systems of your body, and explain how these systems work together. 2) Describe the flow of blood to the human body, including through each of the four
  20. human resources
    Why should job analysis involve the person who is presently in the job being analyzed? A.Because managers rarely know what their team members do all day. B.Because only that person can reveal exactly how the job is done. C.Because it offers an opportunity for HR to evaluate ...
  21. Psychology
    1. Humanistic therapy has a lot in common with ___________ approaches to psychology. (1 point) Phrenology 2. Which of the following is true about Existentialism? (1 point) It emphasizes group experience, commonality, and solidarity. It emphasizes individual experience, freedom...
  22. World History
    Which factor was a challenge to the expansion and control of Roman territory? its location on the Mediterranean Sea its available local resources its lack of military leadership its location near Celtic and Germanic tribes
  23. Social Studies
    What reasons best explain why many Haitians have migrated A. Haiti lacks sufficient natural resources. B. The country has been ruled by military dictators**** C. The geographical location of Haiti makes it unsafe for people to live there D. The country has a history of harsh ...
  24. English
    Can someone please confirm the following? 1. The yellow house down the street from me is for sale. (Down is underlined) a. preposition b. conjunction c. adjective d. adverb I think #1 is A, or C. 2. A pregnant person knows how difficult it is to get in and out of her car in ...
  25. la
    Selection 1: There's good news and bad news about grizzly bears in the American West. The good news? Their numbers have been increasing in recent years. In 1975, grizzlies made the threatened-species list under the federal Endangered Species Act. The bad news? Some politicians...
  26. world history
    Caribbean food is influenced by the region’s natural resources and _____.
  27. History
    Please help me with these mini essays- Thank you, much appreciated! 1. In the Red Rift Valley of Africa, anthropologist first found clues to prehistoric life. Give two examples of these clues to prehistoric life, and describe their importance to to scientific research about ...
  28. Math
    Human activities, like burning fossil fuels and deforestation, have greatly contributed to global warming. In this discussion assessment, you will go on a trip around the world to explore the effects of climate change. Choose one destination that is represented by a flag. ...
  29. Science
    Earth's energy sources include both renewable and nonrenewable resources. Name at least three sources of energy that could be used in your house. Then describe the ideal energy source for generating most of your home's electricity, and explain why you chose that source.
  30. World History
    What changes occurred when human civilizations evolved from hunter-gatherers to settled societies?
  31. SOCIAL STUDIES
    WHAT IS TWO LIMITATIONOF FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHT
  32. Calculus
    A common inhabitant of human intestines is the bacterium Escherichia coli. A cell of this bacterium in a nutrient-broth medium divides into two cells every 20 minutes. The initial population of a culture is 69 cells. (a) Find the relative growth rate. (Assume t is measured in ...
  33. U.S. History
    During the presidency of Richard Nixon, the United States a) sought to protect human rights. b) sought to close the USSR out of world markets. c) retreated into relative isolation. d) worked for a reduction of tensions known as detente. e) none of the above
  34. History
    South Vietnam's Diem was a solid supporter of human and civil rights. True****** False I can't remember for sure. Thanks in advance!!!
  35. History
    Which of presidents carters politics best explains his defeat in the 1980 election? A reforms to social security and the tax code ***** B support for human rights C foreign policy in the Middle East D constructive responses to inflation Is this correct?
  36. english
    In Germany they came first for the Communists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then ...
  37. english
    What are the rhetorical components of the allegory Animal Farm Answer: The rhetorical components of this allegory consist of ethos, which deals with beliefs, morals, and credibility. Another rhetorical components deals with logos which can be seen in the story using objects. ...
  38. english
    what are the rhetorical components of the allegory in Animal Farm? Answer:a. The rhetorical components of this allegory consist of ethos, which deals with beliefs, morals, and credibility. Another rhetorical components deals with logos which can be seen in the story using ...
  39. english
    How is Orwell's Animal Farm an allegory? Answer:a. Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegory because there are two political overtones within this story. On the surface you have a story that depicts a tale of a society of animals that shape into a dictatorial rule. The second ...
  40. Science
    "In this lesson, you learned about renewable energy resources and nonrenewable energy resources. Think about the resources discussed in this lesson and select the one that you think is the most effective in all ways. Think about the financial impact, the ability to be renewed...
  41. Biology
    Why can you not use human DNA polymerase when you perform PCR?
  42. Science
    Are there any resources that can be considered both Renewable and Non-Renewable?
  43. Geography
    Can human activity link to the Northwest Passage ?
  44. AP English
    I AM back in Bracciano, a castellated town about 13 miles north of Rome, after a year in New Jersey. I find the Italian Government still unstable, gasoline more expensive than anywhere in the world, butchers and bank clerks and tobacconists (which also means salt sellers) ...
  45. AP English
    I AM back in Bracciano, a castellated town about 13 miles north of Rome, after a year in New Jersey. I find the Italian Government still unstable, gasoline more expensive than anywhere in the world, butchers and bank clerks and tobacconists (which also means salt‐sellers) ...
  46. Government
    When James Madison wrote in the Federalist Papers, "What is government itself, but the greatest of all reflections on human nature?" what was he saying about human nature? a. that the type of government shows a lot about human nature**** b. that human nature is positive c. ...
  47. History
    Read the following quote from John Adams: "We have no government armed in power capable of contending with human passions unbridled [uncontrolled] by morality and religion. Our Constitution was made only for a religious and moral people. It is wholly inadequate for the ...
  48. Math
    The current global human population is about 7.5 billion and is growing at an annual rate of 1.11 percent If world population were to grow at this rate for the next year approximately how many people would be added? 8x10 to the what
  49. politics
    1.The elites in a society: a.are those with college degrees. b.must be locally elected officials. c.are software designers and computer engineers. d.are the people who get a disproportionately large part of the society's valued resources. D ?
  50. Science
    Describe 2 events in human history and in what way the events allowed human populations to grow and thrive.
  51. Science
    Which is the earliest form of human fossil? A.neanderthel man B.homo habilies C.dryopithecus
  52. Social Studies
    5. Which of the following was an effect of nativism in the United States in the 1920s? the Great Migration the Scopes Trial** the Jones Act of 1917 the quota system My answer choice is number two. I'm looking for confirmation of my answer and if I'm wrong, resources would be ...
  53. Science
    Which is the SIMPLEST level of organization in a human being? A) cells B) organs C) tissues D) organ systems C?
  54. SOCIAL STUDIES
    How did the end of the Cold War contribute to the Clinton-era economic boom? A.)People were no longer afraid and were willing to spend more money on luxury goods B.)Americans welcomed people from the former soviet Union into the U.S job market C.)Costly military resources did ...
  55. SS
    In the western part of the United States, the main natural resources are minerals, timber, and water. The various resources have been mined, used to build homes, irrigation, and use in the cities. How has the way people managed the natural resources in the West changed since ...
  56. SOCIAL STUDIES
    Which example best shows the United States as a mediator? Debating human rights with china Supporting democracy in the Philippines Promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia Encouraging the end of apartheid in South Africa. Would it be C?
  57. SS
    How did the arrival of European settlers change life for indigenous people on the plains? Settlers killed nearly all the buffalo and most indigenous people were moved to reservations. The settlers and Native Americans used horses to hunt buffalo more effectively and carefully ...
  58. Social studies
    13. Why was Berlin airlift necessary when the Soviet Union isolated West Berlin A. East Berlin had no resources to help West Berlin B. The three nations that controlled West Berlin were not allies C. West Berlin had no access to a river D. West Berlin was surrounded by soviet ...
  59. SOCIAL STUDIES
    Which examples best shows the united states as a mediator? A.) Debating human rights with China B.) Supporting democracy in the Philippines C.) Promoting a peace agreement in Bosnia D.) Encouraging the end of apartheid in the South America Is it C? <3
  60. Social Studies
    Which of the following best shows the impact of biotechnology? A.) Reducing the spread of disease B.) Mapping the human genome C.) Developing social network website D.) Developing clean energy sources Is it B?
  61. Science
    How does NASA's guest blogger support her claim that there are role models for communicating scientific information? (A) She names her own personal favorite resources for scientific information. (B) She lists several sources of scientific information that most people seem to ...
  62. Tx History
    1. How did ranchers show ownership of the cattle? * 1 point They would put them in a pen near their home. They would brand them. They would tie them up and keep them nearby*** They would fence them in on their property. 2. The growth of the railroads united Texas because they ...
  63. history
    Which correctly describes the positive impact of European imperialism? Imperialist powers promoted their own interests over the well-being of indigenous peoples. Imperialist powers sought social change through self-government. Imperialist powers provided political unity and ...
  64. Science
    Lesson 4: Behavior Science 7 B Unit 2: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems 1. Which type of behavior is illustrated in the following series of images? 2. Which of the following helps ensure a groups access to resources it needs for survival? 3. Which of the following is...
  65. American Government (9th Grade)
    7.) What would a world of anarchy be like? A: A situation of living in nature, harmonious and free B: A Situation of well-ordered law and order C: A situation of extended families living together, fighting for resources with other families D: A situation of conclusion and wild...
  66. Math
    According to the Department of Health and Human Services, 30% of 18- to 25-year-olds have some form of mental illness. (a) What is the probability two randomly selected 18- to 25-year-olds have some form of mental illness? (b) What is the probability six randomly selected 18...
  67. American Literature
    Check my answers, homework Help please? What is the significance of the kitchen setting in Langston’s Hughes’ poem “I,Too”? Question 6 options: A. The represents images of deep racial injustice. B. Hughes wanted to express the importance of family tradition. C. The ...
  68. american government
    I need help on these questions. Sorry if I put too many questions I'm just stuck on these. 1. In the relationship between the U.S. and Japan, the U.S. has put pressure on Japan to increase its involvement in world affairs. a. True b. False I think the answer for this is a. 2. ...
  69. English
    Does this sound like an indirect quote? I put it in quotations. One of the biggest problems with animal testing is the fact that animals are extremely different from humans, therefore they make bad test subjects. "The National Institutes of Health has noted that 94% of all ...
  70. Religion
    True Or False Mosaic Law sometimes allows for human sacrifice.
  71. Physics
    2018-West High School-Trimester 3 Home Announcements Assignments Discussions Grades1 People Pages Files Syllabus Quizzes Modules Class Notebook Google Drive Office 365 Discovery Education Collaborations Flipgrid Physics Projectile Motion Quiz Started: Mar 9 at 8:55am Quiz ...
  72. History
    What explains the decline of Japan's isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. Fearing an invasion by Russia, Japanese leaders eliminated isolationism as a foreign ...
  73. Chemistry stoichionetry
    the average human requires 120.0 grams of glucose (C6H12O6) per day. How many grams of CO2 (in the cellular reapiration reaction) are produced from this amount of glucose? the balanced cellular respiration reaction is: C6H12O6 + 6 O2 = 6 CO2 + 6 H2O
  74. Business Management
    1. A lower value of the U.S. dollar means that A. the American dollar is worth more when purchasing a foreign-made good. B. a dollar would be traded for less foreign currency than normal. C. the American dollar isn’t backed by gold. D. the dollar can’t be used in ...
  75. science
    For the human body to function correctly, the right amount of sugar must be present in the blood. Several hormones are produced by the body as part of a mechanism to counteract changes in blood sugar so that the amount of sugar remains relatively constant. Which characteristic...
  76. English
    I have 3 more questions that I'm confused on. 1. Read the argument excerpt related to teen use of smartphones and answer the question that follows: People on either side of the smartphones-for-teens debate can't agree on the evidence. Sure, there's proof of cyber bullying. ...
  77. History
    Question 7(Multiple Choice Worth 6 points) (07.05 LC) Which statement best explains Henry David Thoreau's idea of civil disobedience? Taxation without representation is unfair and must be resisted. The government must serve the people, not the other way around. If a law goes ...
  78. Science
    1.Carrying capacity is the maximum number of_________ that an ecosystem can support. A - different species B - Individuals in a population C - habitats D - limiting factors 2. end an island ecosystem, a species of beetle feeds on the leaves of a Shrubbery plant. A species of ...
  79. Science
    Carrying capacity is the maximum number of_________ that an ecosystem can support. A - different species B - Individuals in a population C - habitats D - limiting factors 2. end an island ecosystem, a species of beetle feeds on the leaves of a Shrubbery plant. A species of ...
  80. reading
    An editor is needed for a new corporate magazine. All applicants must have 4 years of editorial experience, a college degree in Journalism or English is required. The job requires full time hours with competitive benefits offered. The starting salary is $30,000 per year. ...
  81. English
    Replace the underlined portion or leave it. 1. The study of Kenya's history as a colony will help you see how colonialism works and thus understand how destructive it was to the people were colonized. Underlined portion: people were a. no change b. people what were c. people ...
  82. English
    Which of these does William Wordsworth celebrate in "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud" nature aloneness the death of reason human companionship I think either A or B, but I can't decide which.
  83. Research
    What are some ethical and legal issues in research involving human subjects?
  84. Language Arts
    Can someone check my answers? The book is The Trouble With Television by Robert MacNeil 1. MacNeil asks, "When before in human history has so much humanity collectively surrendered so much if its leisure to one toy, one mass diversion" What is this persuasive technique called...
  85. History
    Which identifies the reason for the rise of imperial powers? Industrialized nations wanted to extract resources from developing nations. European countries wanted to add value to their land-based economy by expanding their territories. Colonial powers conquered underdeveloped ...
  86. sience
    Multiple Choice 1. At the chromosomal level, what is the difference between human males and human females? (1 point) All males have a Y chromosome, and females do not. All males have an X chromosome, and females do not. All males have 47 chromosomes, and females only have 46. ...
  87. Reading
    The Kepler spacecraft was designed to investigate humanity last unexplored frontier the far reaches of space. The NASA space telescope looks deep into the Milky Way galaxy for the sign of habitable planet where a human can potentially thrive, in the thousands of planets it has...
  88. Utah state history
    1. The contributions of the mountain men include... A: developing first Anglo- American settlements B: establishing good relations with the Native Americans C: developing local resources D: establishing routes through the region for others to follow
  89. interpersonal communications
    ssignment 2: LASA 1: Design Communications Manual You have been appointed the vice president of the human resources department at a fictional multinational organization. It is your job to design the framework for a communications manual for this organization. The ...
  90. Statistics
    Volunteers for a human performance study were randomly divided into two groups. The first group had their flexibility measured in the morning after a short meditation session while the second group had their flexibility measured in the afternoon with no previous meditation ...
  91. physics
    The human lungs can function satisfactorily up to a limit where the pressure difference between the outside and inside of the lungs is 1/20 of an atmosphere. If a diver uses a snorkel for breathing, how far below the water can she swim? Assume the diver is in salt water whose ...
  92. physics
    The human lungs can function satisfactorily up to a limit where the pressure difference between the outside and inside of the lungs is 1/20 of an atmosphere. If a diver uses a snorkel for breathing, how far below the water can she swim? Assume the diver is in salt water whose ...
  93. History
    1. Which of the following is true about the Puget Sound Lowlands? A. This region is scarcely populated and is mostly covered with protected lands and wildlife. B. It is the driest region in Washington with fewer than 22 inches of rainfall a year. C. The entire region is made ...
  94. history
    which offers one reaon for how industrialization led to imperialism? a. british factories eliminated the need for inexpensive human labor b. british factories required the raw materials that could be found overseas. c. british factories eliminated the need for overseas ...
  95. history
    How did Europeans use the idea of eugenics to justify colonization and imperialism? a.Europeans thought that their scientific superiority supported their claim to the world’s natural resources for the advancement of mankind. b.Europeans believed they were racially superior ...
  96. English
    1. Your instructor assigned the class to write an essay about a famous artist. What is the first step you should take to begin this project? A. Construct your thesis statement B. Decide the exact number of sources you will use C. Devise a title for your essay D. Do some ...
  97. Social studies
    1. What geographic feature of the Ozarks is not also a feature of the Ouachita Mountains? A - plate tectonics B - Alluvial plains C - Rolling plains D - Plateau 2. In what region of the U.S. is Arkansas located? A - Northeast B - South C - West D - Rocky Mountains 3. Which ...
  98. social studies help
    1. Which statement best describes the physical geography of Arabia and Iraq? (1 point) largely hot and dry with pockets of mountains and fertile river valleys tropical, with equal parts rainforest and desert mountainous, with diverse terrain and climate based on altitude ...
  99. History
    What led to self-determination in colonies? Colonial inhabitants realized they could sell their own resources if they were able to determine the fate of their own countries. Colonial inhabitants needed to gain control of their countries after imperial powers left the ...
  100. English
    1 When he awoke, it was three o’clock in the afternoon. He bounded up with a start; half of one of 2 his precious days gone already! He spent more than an hour in dressing, watching every stage of his 3 toilet carefully in the mirror. Everything was quite perfect; he was ...
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