331. What is the name of the body responsible for upholding and enforcing workplace health and safety in the UK?
332. How many days were not worked in 2010-11 as a result of work-related injury or ill-health according to the HSE?
A. 1.5 million
B. 26.4 million
C. 2.8 million
D. 3 million
333. What disorder/problem do office workers commonly suffer from?
A. Musculoskeletal disorders
C. Short sightedness
334. The CIPD’s (2011) Learning and Talent Management Survey found that talent management schemes wee more likely to be found in which companies?
B. Private sector firms employing 5,000 or more staff
C. Family owned businesses
D. Local authorities
335. How much money is work-related stress estimated to cost the UK economy?
A. 5 million pounds
B. 10 million pounds
C. 1 billion pounds
D. 3.7 billion pounds
336.What Act primarily makes up the statutory framework for health and safety at work in the UK?
A. Health, Safety and Illness Act (HSIA)
B. Health and Safety for Organizations Act (HSOA)
C. Health and Safety for Non-Governmental Organizations Act (HSNGOA)
D. Health and Safety at Work Act (HASAWA)
337. The HSE emphasizes which of the following activities?
A. Prosecuting employers
B. Education, advice and information
C. The need for more regulation
D. Compensation for injured staff
338.What is the most common form of organizational intervention designed to improve employee well-being?
A. Secondary and tertiary
339. What are the main aims of Employee Assistance Programmes?
A. To alter the organizational culture.
B. To address team and individual performance and well-being in the workplace.
C. To focus the attention of employees to the power structures of an organization.
D. To establish effective methods of care and support for everyone in an organization.
340. Which form of flexibility is concerned with where organizations deploy their human resources?
A. Functional flexibility
B. 200 million temporal flexibility
C. 650 million contractual flexibility
D. 800 million Locational flexibility