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What form of disciplinary action is normally afforded for fighting on the job?

A) oral warning

B) written warning

C) suspension

D) termination

 

42) What is the disciplinary action process of giving a worker time off with pay to think about whether he or she wants to follow the rules and continue working for the company called?

A) progressive disciplinary action

B) hot stove approach

C) disciplinary action without punishment

D) progressive discipline

43) What approach to disciplinary action involves throwing out formal punitive disciplinary policies for dilemmas such as chronic tardiness or a bad attitude in favor of affirming procedures that make employees want to take personal responsibility for their actions and be models for the corporate mission and vision?

A) progressive disciplinary action

B) hot stove approach

C) disciplinary action without punishment

D) progressive discipline

 

44) Consider the following situation. When an employee violates a rule, the manager issues an oral reminder. Repetition brings a written reminder, and the third violation results in the worker having to take one, two, or three days off (with pay) to think about the situation. During the first two steps, the manager tries to encourage the employee to solve the problem. If the third step is taken, upon the worker's return, the worker and the supervisor meet to agree that the employee will not violate a rule again or the employee will leave the firm. What form of disciplinary action is being taken?

A) disciplinary action without punishment

B) hot stove approach

C) progressive disciplinary action

D) progressive discipline

 

45) What form of disciplinary action is being taken when at the time of orientation, new workers should be told that repeated violations of different rules will be viewed in the same way as several violations of the same rule?

A) progressive discipline

B) hot stove approach

C) disciplinary action without punishment

D) progressive disciplinary action

 

46) Today, some organizations have abandoned warnings, reprimands, probations, demotions, unpaid disciplinary suspensions, and all other punitive responses to discipline problems in favor of which disciplinary action method?

A) progressive discipline

B) disciplinary action without punishment

C) hot stove approach

D) progressive disciplinary action

47) Managers may want to avoid disciplinary action because

A) they are afraid they will not have top management support.

B) the manager may be afraid of losing his or her temper.

C) they may feel that "everyone is disciplining employees, so why should I?"

D) all of the above

 

48) Which of the following is a reason that managers want to avoid disciplinary action?

A) lack of training

B) fear

C) guilt

D) all of the above

 

49) In disciplinary action situation, managers are inclined to be too

A) strict in the early stages.

B) lenient in the latter stages.

C) lenient in the early stages.

D) strict in all stages.

 

50) Disciplinary action should never be administered

A) at the beginning of a shift.

B) immediately prior to lunch break.

C) in the presence of others.

D) soon after the undesirable behavior.

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