Job engineering

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Job engineering

  1. 1. JOB ENGINEERING
  2. 2. Job Engineering focuses onthe task to be performed,methods to be used,workflows among employees,Layout of the workplace,Performance standards,Interdependencies among people andmachines
  3. 3. Job engineering subject to thefollowing rules of work designThe end product/output of the work isclearly definedThe steps/task to be performed toachieve the required endproduct/output are clearly defined
  4. 4. The employees know and understandtheir responsibility starts and finishesin the work processThe tools, facilities and informationneeded to perform the work are readilyavailable and fully understood by theemployeesThere is a process where by the employeescan suggest possible improvements in thework design and exercise initiative in
  5. 5. JOB ENLARGEMENTJob enlargement refers to enlarging therange of tasks in a job to make it morebroad based. It focuses on enlarging jobsby increasing tasks and responsibilities.It involves expansions of the scope andwidth of the job by means of ahorizontal loading of certain closelyrelated operations
  6. 6. JOB ENLARGEMENT can ‘motivate’an individual due to …Task VarietyMeaningful work ModelsAbility UtilizationWork-paced controlPerformance feedback
  7. 7. DISADVANTAGESTraining cost is highAdditional training is requiredBreaking up of the existing productionlineProductivity may fall during theintroduction stageIncreasing the work load
  8. 8. “THANK YOU”

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