Solution of Assignment Synopsis & Project Dissertation Report

Note: ⇩    Fill the Name, Email and Mobile to get unlock the priclist...!!!!



Title Name Amity Solved Assignment 4th sem for Compensation and Reward Management
University AMITY
Service Type Assignment
Course MBA
Semester Semester-IV-HR Course: MBA
Session 2016-2017
Short Name or Subject Code Compensation & Reward Management
Commerce line item Type Semester-IV-HR Course: MBA
Product Assignment of MBA Semester-IV-HR (AMITY)


Click to View Price
Download File 384558622719.docx (Purchase the product for download...!!!)

Solved Assignment

  Questions :-

Compensation & Reward Management

Assignment A

1.         What is the importance of job analysis in compensation management? Describe various methods of Job analysis.          

2.         " The wage boards have a long history in the Indian Industrial relations system " Discuss its objectives, structure and functions.         

3.         What is the major purpose of Equal pay Act and what does require of organisation?

4.         What is job evaluatrion? Explain process of job evaluation. 

5.         Explain the fixation and revision of wages as per Minimum Wage Act, 1948.        

6.         Explain the determination of bonus payment as per Bonus Act, 1965.        

7.         Discuss the New Approach of VRS. 

8.         Write short notes on five:

(a) Rewards

(b) Fair wages

(c) Job description

(d) Living wages

(e) Gain sharing



Assignment B

Case Detail: 

The 1990´s were a watershed for for the Indian banking industry, and particularly for nationalised banks hitherto have monopoly in the industry. Following the deregulation of the financial sector, Corp bank has faced increased competition  from other financial institutions like Can find Homes Ltd, LIC Housing Corporation and foreign private banks. These specialised financial institutions were giving a tough competition to Corp Bank resulting an intense squeez on profit margins and the need to make considerable efforts to to retain its clientele. Under such pressure, Corp bank introduced new technology, new financial products and new reward system for bank managers and staff. Information and communication technologies( ICTs) enabled the bank to process much larger volume of business and just importantly, the new ICTs themselves faciliated the development of new, and technically based product and services ( such as home banking, smart cards and  debt cards )which Corp Bank started to market to its customers. Running parallel with these technical changes was the dismantling of the patternalistic human resource management system.  In essence, Corp Bank´s bureacatic culture and its associated belief system for managers and staff of appropriate behaviour being rewarded by steady promotion through the rank swept aside. The new culture ion the fast changing environment, emphasised customer service and the importance of measuring and rewarding staff according to their performance. The new performance related reward system was introduced at the board meeting hewld in June 2002. Mr N.K. Singh, Chairman and managing Director of the banksaid that the proposed reward system would be a key strategy to ´ maintain our reputation and market share´. He outlined that in future, the salary of bank managers would be tied to their leadership skills and quality of customer services. Accordingly, the reward system would link manager´s salary to behaviour traits that relate to leadersship and customer service.  The variable pay for both managers and staff would be based on what is accomplished because customer service is central to Corp bank´s strategic plan, a three category rating system that involves´ not meeting´ customer expectations, ´ meeting´ them or ´far exceeding´ them, is the essence of the reward system.



1.         What types of problems were being facedby Corp Bank? 

 2.        Outline the merits and limitations of Corp Bank´s proposed award system for the managers and staff.

3.         Develop an alternative reward system for Corp Bank´s employees and explain why it is superior to the proposed reward system.




Assignment C


Question No.  1           Marks - 10

Monetary Compensation can be ______________benefits.  


  1. monetary        
  2. non-monetary 
  3. monetary and non-monetary  
  4. none of these


Question No.  2           Marks - 10

Wages represent___________ rates of pay.  


  1. daily   
  2. hourly 
  3. weekly
  4. monthly


Question No.  3           Marks - 10

Which are also called payments by results.    


  1. allowances      
  2. claims 
  3. incentives       
  4. fringe benefits


Question No.  4           Marks - 10

Incentives depends upon       


  1. productivity   
  2. sales    
  3. profit  
  4. all of these


Question No.  5           Marks - 10

Which is perquisites out of following?          


  1. club member ship       
  2. provident fund           
  3. medical allowance      
  4. group insurance


Question No.  6           Marks - 10

The following is paid only at the time of employees exit after serving more than 5 years.   


  1. Perquisites      
  2. claims 
  3. gratuity           
  4. allowances


Question No.  7           Marks - 10

A behaviour which has rewarding experience is likely to be repeated is postulated by        


  1. Equity theory 
  2. Agency theory
  3. Reinforcement and expectancy theory          
  4. none of these


Question No.  8           Marks - 10

A fair day work for fair day pay´denotes a sense of______ felt by employees.       


  1. responsibility  
  2. equity 
  3. happiness        
  4. respect


Question No.  9           Marks - 10

The remuneration system needs to meet the following types of equity.       


  1. Internal           
  2. External          
  3. individual       
  4. All of these


Question No.  10         Marks - 10

Which of the following factor(s) influences employees compensation?       


  1. Labour market
  2. cost of leaving
  3. labour unions  
  4. All of these


Question No.  11         Marks - 10

The following is not the part of remuneration model.           


  1. job description
  2. job evaluation 
  3. job analysis     
  4. job hierarchy


Question No.  12         Marks - 10

The organised industrial establishments pay review take place once in ___________.        


  1. Ten years        
  2. five years        
  3. three years      
  4. fifteen years


Question No.  13         Marks - 10

Equal remuneration Act 1976, prohibts discrimination in  matters, relating to remuneration on the basis of           


  1. religion           
  2. region 
  3. sex      
  4. all of these


Question No.  14         Marks - 10

Which of the following is not a concept of wages.   


  1. Fair wages      
  2. minimum wages         
  3. daily wages    
  4. living wages


Question No.  15         Marks - 10

Which of the following can be fixed by comparison withan accepted standard wages.      


  1. minimum wages         
  2. fair wages       
  3. living wages   
  4. all of these


Question No.  16         Marks - 10

A____________ must be fixed considering the general  economy of the country.  


  1. Minimum wages         
  2. fair wages       
  3. living wages   
  4. all of these


Question No.  17         Marks - 10

Providing equal pay for jobs of equal nature based on job evaluation ensures___________ in compensation administration.           


  1. external equity
  2. internal equity
  3. neutrality        
  4. none of these


Question No.  18         Marks - 10

In India,  ______________ wage is determined mainly for sweated industries.      


  1. Fair wages      
  2. minimum wages         
  3. living wages   
  4. standard



Question No.  19         Marks - 10

Payment for cash rewards for the work extracted from the employee is normally called     


  1. direct compensation   
  2. indirect compensation
  3. non- monetary compensation 
  4. none of these


Question No.  20         Marks - 10

Which of the following is the fixed component in compensation package? 


  1. Profit sharing 
  2. gain sharing    
  3. base sharing    
  4. equity stock option


Question No.  21         Marks - 10

Insurance schemes, retire benefits and leave travel concessions are example of       


  1. Indirect monetary compensation       
  2. direct monetary compensation           
  3. non- monetary compensation 
  4. none of these


Question No.  22         Marks - 10

Managers never own complete responsibily for the all the decisions made by them since they are not the owners of the busness is the assumption of the         


  1. Equity theory 
  2. expectancy theory      
  3. agency theory 
  4. contigency theory      



Question No.  23         Marks - 10

Wages which are usually positioned about the minimum wages but below the  living wages are described as           


  1. real wages      
  2. fair wages       
  3. minimum wages         
  4. living wages


Question No.  24         Marks - 10

Wages usually adjusted for the prevailing rates of inflamation is called       


  1. real wages      
  2. minimum wages         
  3. fair wages       
  4. living wages


Question No.  25         Marks - 10

When there are several pay grades in a pay structure, it is called      


  1. broad graded structure           
  2. traditional pay structure         
  3. job family structure    
  4. none of these


Question No.  26         Marks - 10

Provisions of cars, parking lots, and membership in country club  are examples of  


  1. base salary of executives        
  2. short term incentives plans     
  3. perks for executives   
  4. all of these


Question No.  27         Marks - 10

Stock option and performance shares are examples of          


  1. base  salary     
  2. short term incentive plan        
  3. long term incentive plan         
  4. all of these


Question No.  28         Marks - 10

Performance based annual bonuses are examples of 


  1. base plan        
  2. short term incentive plan        
  3. long term incentive plan         
  4. all of these


Question No.  29         Marks - 10

Direct compensation includes which of the following          


  1. flexible benefits         
  2. long term incentive pay          
  3. workers compensation
  4. unpaid leaves


Question No.  30         Marks - 10

Indirect compensation is represented by which of the following      


  1. social security benefits           
  2. short term incentive pay         
  3. differential pay          
  4. merit pay        


Question No.  31         Marks - 10

Which of the following is not one of the main three factors of the HEY system?   


  1. experience      
  2. know how      
  3. problem solving          
  4. accountability


Question No.  32         Marks - 10

Which of the following  is funding feature of a health plan?


  1. HMO  coverage         
  2. PPO coverage
  3. self insurance 
  4. office visits    


Question No.  33         Marks - 10

Which of the following is a legally mandated benefit?         


  1. Workers compensation           
  2. social security 
  3. unemployment compensation
  4. all of these      


Question No.  34         Marks - 10

Which of the following Acts deals directly with descriminationin compensation?  


  1. Comparable worth     
  2. Equal pay Act
  3. Davis Bacon Act        
  4. Fair labour standards Act


Question No.  35         Marks - 10

Similarity in pay for jobs requiring comparable level of knowledge, skill and ability even where actual job duties differ significantly is the        


  1. equal pay        
  2. pay equity      
  3. pay check fairness Act           
  4. none of these


Question No.  36         Marks - 10

An incumbent who is paid below the range set of job          


  1. red circle employee    
  2. blue circled employee
  3. green circled employee          
  4. none of these


Question No.  37         Marks - 10

Variable pay is also known as


  1. performance pay        
  2. incentives       
  3. group pay       
  4. group performance pay


Question No.  38         Marks - 10

Which of the following categories is not example of payment that is consistant from period to period despite the number of hours worked  


  1. wages 
  2. salary  
  3. reward
  4. incentives


Question No.  39         Marks - 10

Which of the following catories is not an example of an exempt classification?      


  1. executives      
  2. sales    
  3. professional    
  4. technical


Question No.  40         Marks - 10

The equal pay Act for equal work of same skills, effort and responsibilities which of the following is not the exemption of the Act?           


  1. seniority         
  2. performance   
  3. overtime         
  4. geographic location

  Answers :-

Only after macking the payment you would be able to see the answer...!!!


Average user rating

4.8 / 5

Rating breakdown

80% Complete (danger)
80% Complete (danger)
80% Complete (danger)
80% Complete (danger)
80% Complete (danger)

January 29, 2015
This was nice in buy
Assignment from solve zone is probably one of the first preference of students.

October 09, 2016
This was nice in buy
I recommend a website that was really helpful throughout your session.

March 19, 2017
Some day ago
This was nice in buy
This was good in buy . I found all the answer correct and meaningful and had scored good marks
Back to top