eBook Job enrichment revisited (AMA management briefing) download
by Lyle Yorks
Author: Lyle Yorks
Publisher: Amacom (1979)
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Job Enrichment Revisited book. Job enrichment revisited (AMA management briefing). 0814422268 (ISBN13: 9780814422267).
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Job enrichment is a method of motivating employees where a job is designed to have interesting and challenging tasks which can require more skill and can increase pay. Frederick Herzberg, an American psychologist, originally developed the concept of 'job enrichment' in 1968, in an article that he published on pioneering studies at AT&T
Series: AMA Management Briefing. Paperback: 160 pages. Publisher: Amacom Books (February 1, 1988).
Series: AMA Management Briefing. ISBN-13: 978-0814423332. Shipping Weight: . pounds.
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Job enrichment is an approach to JOB DESIGN, which provides greater self-actualization than. JOB ENLARGEMENT or JOB ROTATION.
Job enrichment adds new sources of job satisfaction by increasing the level of responsibility of the employee . Job enrichment is an attempt to motivate employees by giving them the opportunity to use the range of their abilities.
Job enrichment adds new sources of job satisfaction by increasing the level of responsibility of the employee in organization. While job enlargement is considered as horizontal restructuring method, job enrichment is considered as vertical restructuring method of moral excellence of giving the employee additional authority, autonomy, and control over the way the job is accomplished. Also called job enhancement or vertical job expansion.
Job Enrichment is the process of making a job more interesting, challenging and satisfying for the employees. Typically job enrichment involves combining various existing and new tasks into one large module of work. Typically it involves combining various existing and new tasks into one large module of work. The work is then handed over to an employee, which means there is an increase in responsibilities and scope. This increase in responsibility is often vertical. The idea is to group various tasks together such that natural work units are created.
Besides job enrichment, management might also opt for a job enlargement or job rotation. The aim of the three is similar: to keep the employees challenged and to prevent them from boredom caused by repetitive tasks
Besides job enrichment, management might also opt for a job enlargement or job rotation. The aim of the three is similar: to keep the employees challenged and to prevent them from boredom caused by repetitive tasks. Contrary to the vertical nature of job enrichment due to the raised level of challenge, job enlargement tries to enrich jobs by giving more tasks, . in a horizontal manner. It is a technique commonly applied in times of recession.