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    Job design Job design Presentation Transcript

    • JOB DESIGNJOB DESIGNAPPROACHESAPPROACHESGROUP MEMBERS:GROUP MEMBERS:AJASAJASBRINDABRINDACARMELCARMEL
    • JOB DESIGN APPROACHESJOB DESIGN APPROACHESFive popular approaches are• Job rotation• Job engineering• Job enlargement• Job enrichment• Socio-technical system
    • Job RotationJob Engineering.JobEnlargement.JobEnrichment.Socio-technicalSystemsLow Medium HighComplexityLowMediumHighImpact
    • JOB ROTATIONJOB ROTATION• Job rotation refers to moving employeesfrom job to job to add variety and reduceboredom by allowing them to perform avariety of tasks.• It reduces boredom and disinterest throughdiversifying the employee’s activities.• Employees with a wider range of skills givethe management more flexibility inscheduling work, adapting to changes andfilling vacancies.• Job rotation is also practiced to allowqualified employees to gain more insights into the process of a company.
    • DISADVANTAGESDISADVANTAGES• Training costs are increased.• work is disrupted as rotated employeestake time to adjust to a new set up.• It can demotivate intelligent and ambitioustrainees who seek specific responsibilities intheir chosen speciality.
    • DISADVANTAGESDISADVANTAGES• Training costs are increased.• work is disrupted as rotated employeestake time to adjust to a new set up.• It can demotivate intelligent and ambitioustrainees who seek specific responsibilities intheir chosen speciality.