PHR / SPHR: Professional in Human Resources Certification Study Guide, 4th Edition
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|4||163||Text correction: Annual EEO Survey
The second main bullet point, "All federal contractors or subcontractors with more than 50 but less than 100 employees, which" should read
"All federal contractors or subcontractors with more than 50 employees, which"
|6||331||Text correction: Error regarding Family and Medical Leave Act
In the first bullet point near the bottom of the page, the parenthetical "26 months for military caregiver leave" should read:
"26 workweeks for military caregiver leave"
|6||380||Text correction: Errors in Review Question 10
The question should read: "A summary plan description is required for which of the following?" Answer D should read "Group Health Plans".
The correct answer given and the explanation remain correct.
|8||447||Text correction: Chapter objective incorrectly identified as SPHR only
The icon in the margin by the chapter objective Develop/select and implement/administer occupational injury and illness prevention programs indicating that it is for the SPHR Exam only is incorrect. The icon should indicate that the item is for the PHR Exam only.
|8||490||Text correction: Injury and Illness Prevention Programs incorrectly identified as SPHR only
The icon in the margin by the heading Injury and Illness Prevention Programs indicating that it is for the SPHR Exam only is incorrect. The icon should indicate that the item is for the PHR Exam only.
|Appendix A||528||Text correction: Incorrect answer given for Chapter 6 Review Question 19
The correct answer is C, not B.
The explanation should read:
"Both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards can be in the form of nonmonetary compensation. External factors that influence job performance such as working with a talented group of peers or under pleasant working conditions is defined as an extrinsic reward (C). Internal factors that influence job satisfaction such as pride in a job well done are considered intrinsic rewards (B). Monetary compensation (A) is one component of a total rewards system."
|Appendix A||523||Text correction: Error in Answer to Chapter 4 Review Question 15
The first full sentence on the page, "The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination against veterans of the US armed services..."
"The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities..."