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  • 1. JOB DESIGN JEETHU.P.THILAK 3rd SEM IF
  • 2. DEFINITION “JOB DESIGN” involves systematic attempts to organize tasks, duties, and responsibilities in to a unit of work to achieve certain “OBJECTIVES” It is the process by which Managers decide individual job tasks and authority.
  • 3. OBJECTIVE OF THE ORGANISATIONTo Maximize profitCreate Job satisfactionReduced the absenteeism and turnoverIncrease the performance
  • 4. Job Designers focused on What will be done in a job. Who will do the Job. How the Job will be done. Where the Job will be done.
  • 5. JOB DESIGN DECISIONS
  • 6. TRENDS IN JOB DESIGN Quality control as part of the worker’s job. Cross-training workers to perform multi -skilled jobs. Employee involvement and team approaches to designing and organizing work. Extensive use of temporary workers. Organizational commitment to providing meaningful and rewarding jobs for all employees
  • 7. JOB DESIGN TECHNIQUES Individual Job design techniques. Group job design techniques.
  • 8. INDIVIDUAL JOB DESIGN Job Rotation. Job Enlargement Job Enrichment
  • 9. JOB ROTATION Shifting of cross trained workers to other tasks Aimed to meet the overall Equal at work Programme objective of attempting to develop new and more inclusive models of recruitment and in work progression
  • 10. JOB ENLARGEMENT Increasing the scope of job through extending the range of its job duties and responsibilities. Associated with the design of jobs to reduce employee dissatisfaction.
  • 11. JOB ENRICHMENT Increasing the degree of responsibility a worker has over a job Motivate the employee by giving them the opportunity to use the range of their abilities.
  • 12. GROUP JOB DESIGN TECHNIQUES Work teams Autonomous work groups
  • 13. WORK TEAMS Effective work teams magnify the accomplishment of individual employees. Cross-functional, Multi skilled, and self directed employees.
  • 14. AUTONOMOUS WORK GROUP Autonomous work group encouraged to manage its own work and working practices.

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