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Idaho Division of Human Resources Administrative Assistant 1 - Lewiston in Lewiston, Idaho

Administrative Assistant 1 - Lewiston

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Administrative Assistant 1 - Lewiston

Salary

$13.15 - $14.61 Hourly

Location

Lewiston, ID

Job Type

Full Time

Department

Department of Correction

Job Number

02385

Closing

7/18/2019 11:59 PM Mountain

  • Description

  • Benefits

  • Questions

Description

The Mission of the Idaho Department of Correction is to protect the public, our staff, and those within our custody and supervision through safety, accountability, partnership and providing opportunities for offender change.

Administrative Assistants provide support to the Probation & Parole District office managers, staff, clients and the public by conducting support related tasks essential keep the busy office running.

The Idaho Department of Correction has an opening for an Administrative Assistant 1 at the District 2 Probation and Parole in Lewiston, Idaho. If you wish to be considered for the current vacancy you must apply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used. Hiring lists for full-time or part-time positions may be created from open competitive, IDOC Department Promotional and/or Statewide promotional applicants.

BENEFITS:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision and Life and Disability insurance benefits with premiums at competitive rates

  • PERSI Retirement

  • Paid vacation and sick leave

  • 10 paid holidays

  • Optional 401K and Deferred Compensation plans

  • Wellness Program

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Benefits Summary

Example of Duties

  • This position performs a wide variety of secretarial functions. Employees in this classification are typically delegated the authority to coordinate non-routine secretarial and clerical activities including:

  • Compose letters, correspondence, and memos requiring independent judgment as to content.

  • Compile and analyze information from a variety of sources to prepare reports

  • Utilize word processing equipment and/or computers to create, process, and maintain a variety of documents and administrative records containing technical information and difficult formats

  • Schedule and coordinate arrangements for meetings and conferences.

  • Act as a liaison between their organizational unit and external customers.

  • Respond to inquiries and explain department services, policies, procedures, and rationale for decisions to customers.

  • Monitor budgets and prepare financial transactions

Minimum Qualifications

  • Good knowledge of office support functions including word processing, filing, composing a variety of business documents, reception, gathering and compiling data, and balancing and coordinating a workload for multiple projects.

Supplemental Information

Specialty Areas:

  • Willingness to work in a Correctional Facility

  • Ability to keyboard/type at the rate of 50 words per minute

  • Check your typing speed

HIRING INFORMATION:

To be hired, candidates will have a history and background supportive of department mission goals and will be subject to:

  • Completing a Background Investigation Questionnaire and pre-employment drug testing

  • Having a federal and state criminal background check to include fingerprints

  • Having a history of law-abiding behavior

  • Felonies, misdemeanors, illegal drug usage, DUI's, adverse driving convictions and employment history may make you ineligible for employment

Non-hiring restrictions are in place for candidates who:

  • Have been convicted of Domestic Violence or similar types of violent behaviors

  • Have a dishonorable discharge from military service

  • Currently are using, dealing or are associated with illegal drugs

  • Have close friends or relatives under IDOC care & custody where the vacancy exists

  • Are currently under IDOC supervision or probation (must be released from IDOC supervision or probation for at least one year)

Thank you for your interest in employment with Idaho Department of Correction!

OVERTIME NOTICE: At the discretion of the appointing authority, compensatory time off may be provided in lieu of overtime cash compensation. Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.

Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.

https://dhr.idaho.gov/StateEmployees/Benefits.html

*Benefits may not be applicable for temporary or seasonal positions.

01

AA1 - MQ1

Office Support Operations:

I have at least one year of work experience performing a wide variety of secretarial support functions; OR, I have formal training consisting of successful completion of an 18-24 month office administration course of study beyond high school. This coursework should have resulted in an Associate (A.A.) degree or equivalent to be qualifying.

Work experience should consist of performing a wide variety of secretarial support functions as the predominant responsibility of the job.

When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

02

AA1 - MQ2

Customer Service and Public Relations:

I have at least 6 months of work experience with responsibility for answering business phones, greeting visitors, AND screening callers for further access to staff.

When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

03

AA1 - MQ3

Research and Problem Solving:

I have at least one year of work experience gathering information from a variety of sources to collect and compile requested information and required that I have a good knowledge of services, operations, or programs.

When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

04

AA1 - MQ4 Balancing a Workload and Coordinating Multiple Priorities:

I have at least 1 year of office work experience which required that I balance, coordinate, and set priorities for multiple projects with varying deadlines, or for multiple supervisors.

Answering yes to this question may increase your overall rating. Your resume MUST support your answer. When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

05

AA1 - MQ5

Personal computer and Software Expertise:

I have at least 1 year of office experience using word processing software to format a variety of business documents; OR, I have recent word processing training coupled with at least 6 months' experience performing word processing in a business office setting.

When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

06

AA1 - MQ6

Effective English, Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar to Compose and Edit business documents:

I have at least 1 year of office experience which required composing and editing a variety of business documents on a regular basis; OR, I have successfully completed at least 1 college-level English composition or business English class AND have 6 months of experience composing business documents.

When responding to work experience statements, the intent is that this be full-time work (at least 35 hours per week). Two years of experience working 20 hours per week equates to one year of work experience.

  • Yes

  • No

07

IDOC - I am willing to work in a correctional facility.

This is required for all vacancies within a correctional facility.

  • Yes

  • No

08

I can type 50 words per minute NET and, if selected for an interview, will bring a current typing certificate verifying this ability to my interview. (Certificates must be less than six months old and can be obtained at any Idaho Department of Labor Local Office.)

Regional Communications Officers complete various reports. These reports must be typed quickly and accurately for possible use in legal proceedings. The ability to type 50 words per minute net is required.

  • Yes

  • No

09

AA1 - 1of49

Suppose you work in a social services department. One of your department's programs provides money to help needy people (the clients) pay their heating and electricity bills. To receive this help, clients must bring in their overdue heating or electricity bills or "shut-off" notices to prove that they need money for these purposes. You are not allowed to refer clients to the caseworkers without one of these items. A client comes in and asks for money to pay his heating bill. He has no documents with him. You tell him that without the documents, he cannot see a caseworker. He becomes angry and loud. He demands that you let him see a caseworker. Which one of the following should you do?

  • A. Refer him to a caseworker.

  • B. Refer him to your supervisor.

  • C. Tell him you can't help him without an overdue bill or "shut-off" notice.

  • D. Explain the purpose of the financial aid and why the overdue bill or "shut-off" notice is needed.

10

AA1 - 2of49

Your department sends benefit checks to many people on the first day of each month.

Caseworkers decide who should be sent checks. The checks are printed by a computer and mailed from the main statewide office. However, sometimes the caseworker does not authorize a check or the computer fails to produce a check. Today is the third day of the month. An angry man is at your desk, complaining that he has not yet received this month's check. He demands to talk to the department head. Which one of the following should you do?

  • A. Call the department head.

  • B. Tell the man his check probably is now in the mail.

  • C. Call the caseworker and ask whether the check has been authorized.

  • D. Call the mail room of the main statewide office and ask whether the check has been mailed.

11

AA1 - 3of49

You receive a phone call from a person who rambles on and on about a situation. Which of the following is the most efficient way of securing information from this person?

  • A. Ask questions which require only "yes" or "no" for an answer.

  • B. Tell the person to be specific.

  • C. Tell the person to get to the point because you must help other clients also.

  • D. Direct the person's train of thought by asking carefully worded questions.

12

AA1 - 4of49

You are helping a person with a very complicated question. To make sure you understand what is being asked, it would be best to:

  • A. repeat the question in your own words and ask if that is what was meant.

  • B. ask the person to keep repeating the question until you are sure you have written it down correctly.

  • C. suggest that the person ought to put such a complex request in writing.

  • D. make notes on what the person has said and ask if you could call back later.

13

AA1 - 5of49

A customer walks into the office and asks for the deadline to file a permit application.

You do not know the answer. It would be best for you to do which of the following?

  • A. Tell the person what you think the answer might be.

  • B. Refer the person to your supervisor.

  • C. Say that you are not allowed to give out that information to the public.

  • D. Inform the person that you don't know but will find out.

14

AA1 - 6of49

Mike, a manager, wanted the department to buy new furniture for his office. He did not really need the new furniture and was looking for an excuse to justify the expense. Yesterday, Mike was named to chair a committee. He will need to invite three other managers to meet with him for a few hours each month. Today Mike submitted a formal request for new office furniture, claiming that it will be necessary for his monthly meetings. These meetings are only for ordering the furniture Mike had wanted anyway.

  • a reason

  • a pretext

  • a loophole

  • an allegation

  • an exaggeration

15

AA1 - 7of49

Tony works in an office that provides direct services to the public. Tony used to receive those services, and he understands the problems people have when dealing with the office. The office manager proposed some rule changes that Tony thinks would make it harder for the public to get the services it needs. Five managers will hold a meeting tomorrow to discuss these rule changes. Tony wants to attend the meeting to represent the interests of the public. Tony sees himself as

the public.

  • identical with

  • a delegate from

  • an advocate for

  • an ideologue for

  • a substitute for

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AA1 - 8of49

Toby must decide. Toby could choose Option #1 or Option #2. Choosing Option #1 would cause a certain chain of events to occur. Choosing Option #2 would cause a different chain of events to occur. After Toby chooses one of the options, the decision cannot be changed; the decision will be .

  • irrevocable

  • inopportune

  • injudicious

  • ineffectual

  • indispensable

17

AA1 - 9of49

Which of the following sentences represents the BEST English usage?

  • A. The temperature is raising rapidly.

  • B. He may have been the one who came in late.

  • C. The man's estate was divided equally between his three sons.

  • D. You will look differently when you return from your vacation.

18

AA1 - 10of49

Choose the pair of words that will correctly complete the sentence.

new computer system was installed last week and fortunately, have been no major technical difficulties.

  • There,their

  • There, there

  • Their, their

  • Their, there

19

AA1 - 11of49

Choose the word that most accurately expresses the correct meaning of the sentence below.

Yesterday, a man that his neighbor had stolen a motorcycle from him.

  • accused

  • alleged

  • intimidated

  • questioned

20

AA1 - 12of49

Choose the word that most accurately expresses the correct meaning of the sentence below.

The policy approved by the director, the rules for use of a new phone system.

  • outlines

  • mandates

  • underscores

  • enforces

21

AA1 - 13of49

Choose the word or phrase that most accurately expresses the correct meaning of the sentence below.

The Freedom of Information Act gives private citizens government files.

  • excess to

  • access from

  • excess of

  • access to

22

AA1 - 14of49

Suppose you need to make an alphabetical list of the employees in your department, sorted by last name. Here are five of the names: Henry Hennick, B. J. Henenhofer, Charles Henle, Helen Henebergh, and Harriett Hennitson.

When these names are put into alphabetical order, where would Henry Hennick's name appear?

  • First

  • Second

  • Third

  • Fourth

  • Fifth

23

AA1 - 15of49

You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: April 17, 2004; March 27, 2004; August 1, 2004; December 14, 2003; and October 17, 2003.

Where would the record for April 17, 2004 be?

  • First

  • Second

  • Third

  • Fourth

  • Fifth

24

AA1 - 16of49

You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: June 21, 2004; October 4, 2004; August 17, 2003; March 14, 2004; and December 11, 2003.

Where would the record for June 21, 2004 be?

  • First

  • Second

  • Third

  • Fourth

  • Fifth

25

AA1 - 17of49

You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: December 3, 2003; November 9, 2004; May 24, 2004; September 17, 2004; and July 22, 2003.

Where would the record for December 3, 2003 be?

  • First

  • Second

  • Third

  • Fourth

  • Fifth

26

AA1 - 18of49

You must file these five dates, beginning with the earliest: February 8, 2004; May 16, 2003; July 14, 2004; June 14, 2003; and December 11, 2003.

Where would the record for February 8, 2004 be?

  • First

  • Second

  • Third

  • Fourth

  • Fifth

27

AA1 - 19of49

You need to file 15 papers in order of the dates they were signed. The dates are listed below. If you were to file the papers in order, starting with the oldest, which one of them would be the fifth paper?

December 15, 2004

February 14, 2003

May 10, 2004

October 2, 2004

February 11, 2005

June 3, 2004

November 26, 2004

March 23, 2003

January 9, 2002

August 29, 2003

September 23, 2002

October 19, 2005

August 27, 2002

May 1, 2003

July 10, 2004

  • March 23, 2003

  • December 15, 2004

  • May 1, 2003

  • October 2, 2004

  • Some other paper would be the fifth.

28

AA1 - 20of49

  1. Suppose your office has files on the 12 people listed below. The files are kept in alphabetical order by each person's last name. If two people have the same last name, their first name is also used to determine their alphabetical order.

Ed Miller

Mary Merrill

Bennett Merck

Wanda Merz

Phillip Means

Alex Minot

William Marx

Oscar Morales

Tanya Minh

Donald Miller

Frank Minot

Bernice Miller

If you file these 12 names in alphabetical order, which one would be fifth?

  • A. Wanda Merz

  • B. Bernice Miller

  • C. Mary Merrill

  • D. Ed Miller

  • E. Some other name would be fifth.

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AA1 - 21of49

You need to file 15 papers in order of the dates they were signed. The dates are listed below. If you were to file the papers in order, starting with the oldest, which one of them would be the fifth paper?

August 15, 2004

May 14, 2003

July 10, 2004

December 2, 2004

February 11, 2005

May 3, 2004

October 26, 2004

February 23, 2003

June 9, 2002

November 29, 2003

March 23, 2002

January 19, 2005

August 27, 2002

September 1, 2003

October 21, 2004

  • October 21, 2004

  • August 15, 2004

  • September 1, 2003

  • October 26, 2004

  • Some other paper would be the fifth.

30

AA1 - 22of49

Suppose your office has files on the 12 people listed below. The files are kept in alphabetical order by each person's last name. If two people have the same last name, their first name is also used to determine their alphabetical order.

Ed Miller

Mary Merrill

Bennett Merck

Wanda Merz

Phillip Means

Alex Minot

William Marx

Oscar Morales

Tanya Minh

Donald Miller

Frank Minot

Bernice Miller

If you file these 12 names in alphabetical order, which one would be tenth?

  • Frank Minot

  • Bennett Merck

  • Tanya Minh

  • Alex Minot

  • Some other name would be tenth.

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AA1 - 23of49

RULES: Each record below has two pairs of numbers. For the following questions, put the records in numerical order according to the second pair of numbers. (Example: 79.32 would come before 51.48, because 32 is smaller than 48.)

If two records have the same second pair, use the first pair too. (Example: 64.85 would come before 71.85 because both end in 85, but 64 is smaller than 71.)

RECORDS

35.93

62.74

80.58

83.93

48.26

62.59

38.04

37.55

35.26

62.58

84.92

83.86

70.74

62.26

35.58

According to the above rules, which one of these records would be fifth

  • 38.04

  • 62.58

  • 35.58

  • 37.55

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AA1 - 24of49

RULES: Each record below has two pairs of numbers. For the following questions, put the records in numerical order according to the second pair of numbers. (Example: 79.32 would come before 51.48, because 32 is smaller than 48.)

If two records have the same second pair, use the first pair too. (Example: 64.85 would come before 71.85 because both end in 85, but 64 is smaller than 71.)

RECORDS

35.93

62.74

80.58

83.93

48.26

62.59

38.04

37.55

35.26

62.58

84.92

83.86

70.74

62.26

35.58

According to the above rules, which one of these records would be twelfth?

  • 83.86

  • 70.74

  • 84.92

  • 62.74

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AA1 - 25of49

Juanita's salary is $2,650.00 per month. If she receives a salary increase of 5%, what is her new monthly salary?

  • $2,782.50

  • $2,785.00

  • $2,900.00

  • $3,001.50

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AA1 - 26of49

If 43 of the 148 reams of paper purchased by a department are used, what is the

percentage that remains? Round your answer to the nearest whole percent.

  • 71%

  • 72%

  • 73%

  • 74%

35

AA1 - 27of49

If two-thirds of Sam's weekly income is $480, what is one-fourth of his weekly income?

  • $165

  • $180

  • $240

  • $280

36

AA1 - 28of49

In a Social Services Agency, each of the 18 employees is responsible for maintaining a caseload of 360 cases. When 3 employees leave the department, their caseload is redistributed equally among the remaining employees. How many cases are each of the remaining employees now responsible for maintaining?

  • 405

  • 432

  • 468

  • 472

37

AA1 - 29of49

Fred's gross salary is $850 per week. From his salary, 11% is removed for federal deductions; 5.5% for state deductions; and 6.2% for the company's pension plan. If each of these deductions is taken as a percent of Fred's gross salary, what is his net salary for a four-week period?

  • $2,108.00

  • $2,343.80

  • $2,628.20

  • $3,189.40

38

AA1 - 30of49

Angela processed 300 applications for food stamps during the month of June. During the month of July, she processed 10% fewer applications. How many applications did she process in July?

  • 220

  • 240

  • 270

  • 280

  • None of the above

39

AA1 - 31of49

Your supervisor gave you several jobs to do. Which one of the following should you do now?

  • Start working on the jobs as fast as you can.

  • Start working on the little jobs first, to reduce the amount of paper on your desk.

  • Sort the jobs according to the time each one would require, and do the big jobs first.

  • Sort the jobs according to when each one is needed, and start working on the jobs needed first.

40

AA1 - 32of49

Terri wrote a letter and gave it to you for typing in final form. A few words are hard to read, but you have done a lot of typing for Terri and you think you know what she means to say. Which one of the following should you do?

  • Type what you think Terri means, and return it to her.

  • Return Terri's draft to her, and ask her to clarify it.

  • Call Terri, tell her you can't read what she wrote, and ask whether you could return

her draft to her.

  • Type what you think Terri means, and return it to her. Attach a note explaining that you had a hard time reading it and asking whether it is correct.

41

AA1 - 33of49

A lead worker wants to change some office procedures. Before discussing the plans with the supervisor, the lead worker discusses them with the staff. Which of the following is the main reason for talking with the staff first?

  • The staff may have some helpful criticisms and suggestions about the plans.

  • The staff should be prepared for the changes that will probably occur.

  • The staff needs to feel involved in the decision-making process to boost

morale.

  • The lead worker will be able to prove to the supervisor that the staff already supports the plans.

42

AA1 - 34of49

Karen has just transferred from a job where she could set up memos and letters in the way she preferred. The supervisor on her new job has told Karen to use a certain standard format, but Karen thinks this format looks bad. Which one of the following should Karen do?

  • Use the format Karen prefers.

  • Ask a co-worker whether Karen could use her own format.

  • Discuss both formats with the supervisor, and use the one the supervisor chooses.

  • Use the format Karen's supervisor told her to use, and start using her own after she gains job experience.

43

AA1 - 36of49

You work with three other office support staff. You are working on a rush job that must be completed by 5:00 p.m. You are called out of the office for an emergency, and you don't know how long you'll be gone. Which one of the following should you do?

  • Give the job to another secretary.

  • Call the author and negotiate a new deadline.

  • Leave the office and hope you will return in time to complete the job.

  • Tell your supervisor that you must leave for an emergency, and explain the rush job.

44

AA1 - 37of49

You need to explain a complex job procedure to a group of new employees. Which one of the following would be the most effective way to do so?

  • Briefly summarize the overall procedure first and then explain each step.

  • Start with the first step and fully explain each step in the proper order.

  • Explain each step and then describe the overall results of the procedure.

  • First answer any questions the group may have about the procedure. Then proceed to explain the remaining aspects of the procedure.

45

AA1 - 38of49

You are responsible for completing on time all work that comes into your work unit. At 8:00 a.m., you have several jobs that all need to be completed by 5:00 p.m. You will need all day to finish them. At 10:00 a.m., the administrator brings you a high-priority job that must be completed as soon as possible. It will take you about four hours to do this job. Which one of the following should you do?

  • Sort out the other work and decide which ones you will do today.

  • Stop what you are doing, and work on the Chief Administrator's job.

  • Call the people who submitted the other work, tell them the problem, and suggest

new completion times.

  • Politely tell the Chief Administrator that several other people had submitted jobs ahead of this one, and you'll work on it as soon as you complete them.

46

AA1 - 39of49

You work in an office support unit. It is 4:00 p.m. now. You have been working all day on a project with a 5:00 p.m. deadline, and you aren't sure you'll be able to complete it on time. Which one of the following should you do?

  • Call the author, and explain the problem.

  • Do as much as you can by 5:00 p.m., and complete it the next morning.

  • Tell your supervisor that you might need help to meet the deadline.

  • Explain to your co-workers that you are under a 5:00 p.m. deadline, and ask them not to disturb you.

47

AA1 - 40of49

You are typing a document that shows a date for a staff meeting to be held next month.

You recognize the date as falling on a Sunday. Which one of the following should you do?

  • Type the document with the date shown.

  • Return the document and ask the author to verify the date.

  • Call the author to verify the date, and then type the document.

  • Type the document with the following Monday's date, and explain to the author what you did.

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AA1 - 41of49

Marcia, a research analyst, asked you to do the following jobs for an urgent mailing:

Print addresses onto 250 labels. You use this address list often, and you know it is up to date.

Type a 25-page report from her handwritten original. Marcia and her supervisor will each need to review and revise the report before submitting a draft to the division director for a further review.

Type four pages of tables from simple computer printouts. Marcia has verified the data, and she only needs to proofread your typing.

Marcia needs all three jobs completed and ready for mailing by the same deadline. You have only one printer and just barely enough time to complete these jobs by the deadline, and still complete your other work. In which order should you begin each job?

  • Report, tables, labels.

  • Report, labels, tables.

  • Labels, report, tables.

  • Labels, tables, report.

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AA1 - 42of49

A viable affirmative action program must contain specific procedures designed to achieve equal employment opportunities for specified groups. Appropriate procedures, without necessary determination to carry them out, are useless. Determination, without well-defined procedures, will achieve only partial success.

The paragraph best supports the statement that:

  • Well-defined procedures will assure the success of an affirmative action program.

  • A high degree of determination is necessary and sufficient for a highly successful affirmative action program.

  • It is impossible for an agency to develop a viable affirmative action program.

  • An agency may guarantee success of its affirmative action program by developing and implementing well defined procedures.

  • Two important ingredients of a successful affirmative action program are well defined procedures and a sincere resolve to implement those procedures.

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AA1 - 43of49

In some cases, employees are given keys to offices, files, or lockers. An employee who receives a key is expected to maintain security. Duplicating keys is absolutely forbidden. Lost keys should be reported to your supervisor.

According to this passage,

  • all employees are given an office key.

  • you should have a spare key made in case you lose the original.

  • lost keys should be reported to your supervisor.

  • it is okay to duplicate a key in an emergency.

  • you will be expected to pay for a lost key.

51

AA1 - 44of49

Probation gives supervisors an opportunity to review work and gives employees time to become familiar with new positions. Job performance during probation determines if an employee attains permanent status in the job classification.

According to this passage,

  • employee mistakes are not permitted during the probation period.

  • good looks and personality determine whether a person attains permanent status.

  • probation gives an employee time to become familiar with the new position.

  • the probation period is two months long.

  • probation may be ended at any time.

52

AA1 - 45of49

The need to use leave time for inclement weather (blizzard, icing, thunderstorm, e.g.,) should arise very infrequently. Employees are expected to make a reasonable attempt to get to work and to work the entire shift in all weather conditions.

According to this paragraph,

  • a blizzard is a good reason for not attempting to get to work.

  • reasonable efforts are required to get to work in all weather conditions.

  • shifts are automatically shortened during inclement weather.

  • inclement weather arises very infrequently.

  • employees can routinely leave work early because of bad weather.

53

AA1 - 46of49

Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.

  • There are some people which don't know how to be happy.

  • Some people can't be happy in no way.

  • There are some people who don't know how to be happy.

  • There are some people whom simply can't find happiness.

54

AA1 - 47of49

Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.

  • If you talk right, people will know you are in possession of a good education.

  • If you speak good, people will know that your education is good.

  • By talking real good, you show how good your education is.

  • If you speak correctly, people will know that you are well educated.

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AA1 - 48of49

Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.

  • In order to watch his favorite team play, 40 miles it was that he drove.

  • He drove 40 miles to watch his favorite team play.

  • He drove to watch his favorite team play, 40 miles.

  • His favorite team was playing, and he drove 40 miles to watch them play.

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Choose the most effectively written statement from the four alternatives listed below.

  • Speed limits do not know about road and weather conditions so you should not always be guided by them.

  • Consider road and weather conditions and modify your driving speed accordingly.

  • Road and weather conditions can change speed limits.

  • Driving at the posted speed limit should be slowed down by bad road and weather conditions.

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