PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING JOBENLARGEMENT, JOB ENRICHMENT AND JOB             ROTATION     HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT           ...
INTRODUCTION1)Employees are most important assets of thecompany.2)They need motivation,encouragement etc3) Job enlargemnt,...
WHAT IS A JOB?       A job can be defined as group of       homogeneous tasks related by       similarity of functions per...
IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION Motivation is the prime driver to  encourage any employee in  organization.            ...
According to Michael Armstrong, "Job design is the process of deciding on thecontents of job in terms of its duties and re...
FACTORS AFFECTING JOBDESIGN   PROPER SCOPE OF JOB                            FULL TIME CHALLENGE OF THE JOB   MANGERIAL...
TECHNIQUES       OF   JOB         DESIGNJOB SIMPLIFICATION                                 JOB ENLARGEMENTJOB ENRICHMEN...
JOB ENLARGEMENT
BENEFITS OF JOBENLARGEMENT Reduced monotony                                        Job enjoymentIncreased work flexibility...
DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ENLARGEMENT                           Exploitation of workersCostly Affair                       Need...
PRINCIPLE BEHIND JOB ENLARGEMENTThe purpose of Job Enlargement is threefold:•    Expand job content through an increased v...
JOB ENRICHMENT
ADVANTAGES OF J0B ENRICHMENTInteresting and challenging job    Improves decision making                 Identifies future ...
DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ENRICHMENT                 Assumption that worker have right                 attitude to make decisio...
Shifting of employeesbetween two or moreassignments or jobs atregular intervals of time inorder to expose them to allverti...
WHY JOB ROTATION IS DONE                               6For Reducing Monotony of the Job                                Fo...
Every individual likes to see that his piece of workis distinct and identifiable. For this clarity of rolesand delineation...
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  1. 1. PRINCIPLES UNDERLYING JOBENLARGEMENT, JOB ENRICHMENT AND JOB ROTATION HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP NUMBER 5 VIPIN PAVITHRAN SAMEER HAZARIKA SUMANTH BANARJEE TAKUR TRIBUVAN SINGH RITIKA KUMARI BINSHA SHAJAHAN DEEPIKA VICTOR
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION1)Employees are most important assets of thecompany.2)They need motivation,encouragement etc3) Job enlargemnt,job enrichment and job rotationare some of the tecniques practiced to get theemployees more active and engaged withorganization
  3. 3. WHAT IS A JOB? A job can be defined as group of homogeneous tasks related by similarity of functions performed by an employee in an exchange for pay; a job consists of duties, responsibilities, and tasks
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION Motivation is the prime driver to encourage any employee in organization.  The topic of employee motivation is not properly understood and poorly practiced by many organizations; as a result there is increase in employees leaving the organization in search of better places to work Managers have the opportunity to influence the motivation of employees through design of their jobs. Well-designed jobs help accomplish two important goals: getting the necessary work done in a timely and competent manner, and motivating and challenging employees. Both the business and the employee benefit from successful job design
  5. 5. According to Michael Armstrong, "Job design is the process of deciding on thecontents of job in terms of its duties and responsibilities, on the methods to beused in carrying out the job, in terms of techniques, systems andprocedures, and on the relationships that should exist between the job holdersand his superior, subordinates and colleagues.”Job design decides the Key benefits of jobfollowing contents of design:the job: • increased productivity1) Duties and and efficiency. responsibility • Safer and2) Methods of healthier performing job workplace3) Techniques • Greater clarity ,systems and of job and procedure of work workplace4) Relationship • Increased job between satisfaction employees, subord and inate and engagement colleagues
  6. 6. FACTORS AFFECTING JOBDESIGN  PROPER SCOPE OF JOB  FULL TIME CHALLENGE OF THE JOB  MANGERIAL SKILL  ORGANIZATION REQUIREMENT  INDIVIDUA LIKES AND DISLIKES  ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE  TECHNOLOGY
  7. 7. TECHNIQUES OF JOB DESIGNJOB SIMPLIFICATION JOB ENLARGEMENTJOB ENRICHMENT JOB ROTATION
  8. 8. JOB ENLARGEMENT
  9. 9. BENEFITS OF JOBENLARGEMENT Reduced monotony Job enjoymentIncreased work flexibility Improves earning capacityNo skills training required Cost effective Quality and Efficiency Feedback Variety of skills Satisfies employees self-actualization needsUtilization of Skills Emergence of leaders
  10. 10. DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ENLARGEMENT Exploitation of workersCostly Affair Need for real time research: Short run fall Unwillingness of workers
  11. 11. PRINCIPLE BEHIND JOB ENLARGEMENTThe purpose of Job Enlargement is threefold:• Expand job content through an increased varietyof knowledge and skill• Provide a more complete utilization of cognitiveand motor abilities• Increase the degree of freedom and amount of
  12. 12. JOB ENRICHMENT
  13. 13. ADVANTAGES OF J0B ENRICHMENTInteresting and challenging job Improves decision making Identifies future managerial caliber Identifies higher order needs of employees Reduces work load of superiors
  14. 14. DISADVANTAGES OF JOB ENRICHMENT Assumption that worker have right attitude to make decision may go wrong Many employees are not comfortable with usual decision making There can be an ego problemWhen people are dissatisfied with organization then jobenrichment can not solve the problem
  15. 15. Shifting of employeesbetween two or moreassignments or jobs atregular intervals of time inorder to expose them to allverticals of an organization
  16. 16. WHY JOB ROTATION IS DONE 6For Reducing Monotony of the Job For Succession PlanningFor Creating Right-Employee Job Fit For Exposing Workers to All Verticals of the CompanyFor Developing a Wider Range of Work Experience For Testing Employee Skills and Competencies
  17. 17. Every individual likes to see that his piece of workis distinct and identifiable. For this clarity of rolesand delineation of authority is essential.These job designs are very much helpful inmotivating employees and these are practicedbecause ultimately “PEOPLES MATTER”
  18. 18. ANY QUESTION

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