Labor resources of the enterprise
1. Workers who are directly linked with production and service

a) prompplenno production personnel

b) non-industrial staff

c) key personnel

d) active personnel

2. Workers who are not directly linked to production and services

a) industrial personnel

b) non-industrial staff

c) key personnel

d) active personnel

3. Employees of the company directly involved the creation of wealth iliokazaniem production and transport services

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

4. The company's employees engaged in engineering and technical, economic, legal activities

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

5. The company's employees engaged in the preparation and execution of documentation and records management utility service

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

6. Employees of the company acting as directors of various units

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

 

7. The working time per unit of production

a) The complexity of

b) Working Speed

c) Labor Efficiency

d) generating coefficient

8. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs are the main working pieceworkers and time-worker

a) the complexity of production

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

9. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of the main and auxiliary workers

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

10. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of all types of industrial - production staff

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

e)

11. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of auxiliary workers

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

 

12. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of employees

a) The complexity of the production control

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

13. Expressed as a percentage ratio of the number of laid-off workers on their own over time to their average number during the same period

a) Moving the frame

b) Turnover

c) firing chart

d) dismissal factor

14. Fixed workers for the implementation of labor standards the amount of payment (labor duties) specified complexity (qualifications) per unit time.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

15. The amount that reflects the complexity of the work and qualifications of the employee.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

16. The aggregate wage categories of work (professions, positions) determined depending on the complexity of the work and qualifications of workers through tariff rates.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

17. The set of standards by which the differentiation of wages of workers of different categories.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

 

18. The value reflecting the level of training of the employee.

a) qualification grade

b) wage category

c) tariff rate

d) tariff system

19. Remuneration based on actual executed amount of works in natural gauges

a) tariff system

b) jobprice

c) time payment

d) bonuses work

20. This will be charged based on the number of hours worked and the worker's skill as determined by tariff rate or salary

a) tariff system

b) jobprice

c) time payment

d) bonuses work

21. Established by law the length of the working day, during which the staff must carry out the work entrusted to him.

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) rest time

22. Part of the working time during which the defined work

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) sleep

23. Time, which includes the regulated and non-regulated breaks.

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) rest time

24. The production factor, the impact of which on the employee may lead to a disease called

a) deleterious

b) dangerous

c) deadly

d) mysterious

25. The production factor, the impact of which on the employee might result in injury, called

a) deleterious

b) dangerous

c) deadly

d) awful

26. Terms and conditions with optimal physical, mental, neuro-emotional stress, characterized by high efficiency and productivity

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

27. Conditions within the requirements of the sanitary standards, safety standards, physiological regulations, are not affected by decreased performance or problems with health.

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

28. Conditions on the brink of human capabilities

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

29. Terms and conditions cause an increase in muscle, psychological, neuro-emotional stress, deterioration of physiological functions and performance degradation.

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

30. These conditions cause a violation of the dynamic working stereotype improving incidence

a) injurious

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse
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a) prompplenno production personnel

b) non-industrial staff

c) key personnel

d) active personnel

2. Workers who are not directly linked to production and services

a) industrial personnel

b) non-industrial staff

c) key personnel

d) active personnel

3. Employees of the company directly involved the creation of wealth iliokazaniem production and transport services

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

4. The company's employees engaged in engineering and technical, economic, legal activities

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

5. The company's employees engaged in the preparation and execution of documentation and records management utility service

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

6. Employees of the company acting as directors of various units

a) Blue

b) Specialists

c) Service-

d) The heads

 

7. The working time per unit of production

a) The complexity of

b) Working Speed

c) Labor Efficiency

d) generating coefficient

8. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs are the main working pieceworkers and time-worker

a) the complexity of production

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

9. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of the main and auxiliary workers

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

10. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of all types of industrial - production staff

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

e)

11. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of auxiliary workers

a) Production laboriousness

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

 

12. This reflects the complexity of the labor costs of employees

a) The complexity of the production control

b) Technological laboriousness

c) Complete laboriousness

d) The complexity of service

13. Expressed as a percentage ratio of the number of laid-off workers on their own over time to their average number during the same period

a) Moving the frame

b) Turnover

c) firing chart

d) dismissal factor

14. Fixed workers for the implementation of labor standards the amount of payment (labor duties) specified complexity (qualifications) per unit time.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

15. The amount that reflects the complexity of the work and qualifications of the employee.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

16. The aggregate wage categories of work (professions, positions) determined depending on the complexity of the work and qualifications of workers through tariff rates.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

17. The set of standards by which the differentiation of wages of workers of different categories.

a) the tariff rate

b) wage category

c) the scale of charges

d) tariff system

 

18. The value reflecting the level of training of the employee.

a) qualification grade

b) wage category

c) tariff rate

d) tariff system

19. Remuneration based on actual executed amount of works in natural gauges

a) tariff system

b) jobprice

c) time payment

d) bonuses work

20. This will be charged based on the number of hours worked and the worker's skill as determined by tariff rate or salary

a) tariff system

b) jobprice

c) time payment

d) bonuses work

21. Established by law the length of the working day, during which the staff must carry out the work entrusted to him.

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) rest time

22. Part of the working time during which the defined work

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) sleep

23. Time, which includes the regulated and non-regulated breaks.

a) working hours

b) the work

c) the breaks

d) rest time

24. The production factor, the impact of which on the employee may lead to a disease called

a) deleterious

b) dangerous

c) deadly

d) mysterious

25. The production factor, the impact of which on the employee might result in injury, called

a) deleterious

b) dangerous

c) deadly

d) awful

26. Terms and conditions with optimal physical, mental, neuro-emotional stress, characterized by high efficiency and productivity

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

27. Conditions within the requirements of the sanitary standards, safety standards, physiological regulations, are not affected by decreased performance or problems with health.

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

28. Conditions on the brink of human capabilities

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

29. Terms and conditions cause an increase in muscle, psychological, neuro-emotional stress, deterioration of physiological functions and performance degradation.

a) comfortable

b) regulatory

c) extreme

d) Adverse

30. These conditions cause a violation of the dynamic working stereotype improving incidence

a) injurious

b) regulatory

c) extreme



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