Test your Professional Knowledge of HR with this questionnaire to prepare for IBPS HR Officer Examination. To score in IBPS SO (HR) Mains candidate must have adequate knowledge of Industrial Relations, Job Evaluation, Human Resource Planning, Labour Laws, Training and Development and more. This quiz covers important chapters of HR to help you prepare for the exam.
Q.1.Which one of the following shows a trade union rivalries?
(a) different union in different organisations
(b) More union in same organisations having affiliation from different political parties and representing the same type of workers.
(c) More union in same organisations all representing different types of workers.
(d) very few memberships in trade unions
(e) All of the above
Q.2.The focus of human resource management revolves around :
Q.3.Electricians though working in different industries, may form a union of electricians. Then this union will be referred to as —
(a) Industrial union
(b) Craft union
(c) Worker’s union
(d) General union
(e) Special union
Q.4. Reduction of labour force is called:
(d) right sizing
Q.5.Which of these maximizes the fit between the company’s social and technical systems?
(a) Contingency work system
(b) High-performance work system
(c) Internal and External labour force systems
(d) Progressive discipline system
(e) Financial growth of the organisation
Q.6. This is the process of seeking applicants for potential employment :
(d) Job design
Q.7.After which stage of a group’s development is there a relatively clear hierarchy of leadership within the group?
Q.8.Employees’ behaviours or skills are evaluated not only by subordinates, but also by peers, customers, their bosses, and themselves :
(a) upward feedback
(b) comprehensive feedback systems
(c) downward feedback
(d) 360- degree feedback systems
(e) Ranking method
Q.9.Which of these, according to research, is one of the most effective techniques for teaching interpersonal skills?
(b) Business games
(c) Distance learning
(d) Behaviour modelling
Q10.Contemporary thinking about the control of industrial relations conflict insist there must be effective choices by both management and union leadership at the following level(s) of business operation :