Quiz 03 Welcome to your I/O Quiz 03 Your Name 1. Which of the following requires that a job analysis be done before its elements can be developed?Organizational objectivesThe creation of new positionsLong-range planning goalsJob descriptions2. “Job applicants must have a high school diploma, type 55 words per minute, possess exceptional computer skills, and have a valid driver’s license.” This is an example of ajob description.job specification.performance criteria.job evaluation.3. One advantage of using surveys rather than interviews isworkers generally dislike being interviewed.surveys provide more detailed, in-depth information than interviews.workers may remain anonymous through the use of survey methods.surveys are more statistically reliable.4. In functional job analysis, the category of “things” refers tothe worker’s interaction with tools, machines, and equipment.the data used in performing a job.the basic job elements in a particular job category.the tangible skills a worker brings to the job.5. According to functional job analysis, all jobs require workers to interact withsubordinates, superiors, and peers.none of the abovedata, people, and things.people, places, and things.6. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that employershire a disabled worker over a more qualified nondisabled worker.hire a certain percentage of disabled workers into their workforce.hire any disabled worker for any type of job.make reasonable accommodations so that disabled workers can perform their jobs.7. Research on the gender gap in wages shows thatwomen are paid half of what men are paid for comparable work.the differences in pay for men and women for comparable work have almost disappeared.women are paid three-fourths of what men are paid for comparable work.the supposed “gender gap” in wages was only a myth.8. The Position Analysis Questionnaire analyzes various jobs in terms ofentries in the DOT.interviews with employers.nearly 200 job elements.surveys of employees in the field.9. Which of the following is NOT a job analysis method?Survey methodField experiment methodInterview methodExisting data method10. When using interview job analysis techniques, more reliable representations of jobs are established whenopen-ended questions are used.only one worker in the position is interviewed.only the supervisor of the particular job position is interviewed.several job incumbents within a single organization are interviewed.