Ppt on job rotation disadvantages

1 Job Design, Legislation and Strategy Operations Management Session 7.

Discuss advantages and disadvantages of implementing different types of job enlargement Appreciate the /Job enlargement – Job enrichment – Job rotation – Employee empowerment 9 Job Expansion/Enrichment Present Job Control Planning Enriched Job Task #3Task #2 Enlarged Job 10 Job Enlargement Recombination of what were separate tasks – no re-organisation required Where this not possible Job Rotation Herzberg commented that workers often thought that Job Rotation just added one meaningless job to another 11 Job/


Rotator Cuff Disorders

The patients history will usually consist of pain with overhead activity, reaching, lifting, and throwing. They may have a job or recreational activity that involves repetitive overhead movement (painting, tennis) A long day of overhead activity may increase symptoms/ comparable accuracy with MRI for identifying and measuring the size of full thickness and partial thickness rotator cuff tears It has the disadvantage that it cannot identify the quality of the remaining muscle as well as MRI And cannot always/


Job Design and Work Schedules. Job Design: Task Characteristics Focus on how work is accomplished and range and nature of job tasks. Autonomy is freedom.

job outcomes. Job Involvement, Enlargement, and Rotation Motivational aspects of jobs can also be improved through the following: a. Job involvement (identification with work, importance to self-image) b. Job enlargement (increasing number and variety of tasks within job) c. Job rotation (temporary switching of job assignments) Job Crafting and Job Design Competent worker not confined by constraints of job/Telecommuting and the Remote Workforce, continued Disadvantages of Telecommuting a. Career retardation /


Conducting Job Analysis

Job Enlargement & Job Rotation Can reduce fatigue and boredom Expands job duties Limited in that it focuses on only one aspect of job motivation Job Enrichment More opportunities for job autonomy and feedback Limited by technology and employee capabilities Team-Based Job/ College Interns The Flexible Workforce Advantages and Disadvantages of Outsourcing Provide better-quality people with most current skills Cost savings with economies of scale Disadvantages Could lose control of important activities May /


Human Resource Management ELEVENTH EDITON

work, It’s a process of matching characteristics of people with characteristic of job ( Person/job fit. Figure 2). It’s dealing with job enlargement/ job enrichment, and job rotation. Job design receive greater attention because : Job design can influence performance in certain jobs. Job design can affect job satisfaction Job design can affect both physical and mental health. Jobs and job analysis Person/job fit Figure 2 Persons Energy Talents Interests Needs & wants Productivity/


Chapter 11 Work System Design. What to Design? Job design Work Measurement design Worker Compensation design.

mental effort needed Reasonable wages Disadvantages: Boredom Little growth opportunity Little control over work Little room for initiative Little intrinsic satisfaction Eliminating Employee Boredom Enhance Employee Motivation Job enlargement – Horizontal expansion of the scope of the work assigned. Job enrichment – Vertical expansion of the job through increased worker responsibility. Example: Adding work planning or inspection to a routine assembly task Job rotation – Shifting workers to different/


Job Analysis, Design and Evaluation in Clinical Research By Dr Anjali Bansal

physical and/or mental effort  Advantages of specialization  Simplifies training  High productivity  Low wage costs  Disadvantages of specialization  Difficult to motivate quality  Worker dissatisfaction Behavioral approach  Job enlargement  add larger variety of tasks to reduce monotony  Increase scope  Does not necessarily add/increase challenge  Job rotation  to provide exposure to different skills  Reduces boredom, Broadens experiences  However,  Increased training costs  Reduced/


1. 2 Chapter 18 Employee Productivity 3 OverviewOverview l Productivity and Human Behavior l Designing Workers’ Jobs l Empowering Workers l Work Methods.

l Open work areas for communication & visual contact l Combine job planning into workers’ jobs l Automate boring, uncomfortable, or unsafe jobs 18 Guidelines for Designing Jobs and Work Environments Immediate Job Setting l Rotate jobs that are repetitive, monotonous, boring l Assign new workers to undesirable jobs, then transfer them to more preferred jobs l Recruit disadvantaged persons for high-turnover jobs l Give rest periods to workers with repetitive/


©2007 by Prentice Hall2-1 Managing Work Flow and Conducting Job Analysis Chapter2 Chapter 2.

Jobs and Conducting Job Analysis Job Design Work Simplification Job Enlargement and Job Rotation Job Enrichment Team-Based Job Design ©2007 by Prentice Hall2-12 Designing Jobs and Conducting Job Analysis Job Analysis Who Performs Job Analysis?: HR member, incumbent, manager Methods of Gathering Job Information: interview, observation, diaries, questionaires The Uses of Job/economies of scale 3.Preserve company culture Disadvantages 1.Could lose control of important activities 2.May result in /


Jobs for America’s Graduates

Barriers to Success Work Related Barriers- WIA all JAG Indiana Participants W1: Economically Disadvantaged as Defined by Public Assistance, TANF or Free Lunch W2: Has Inadequate or/ Don’t over complicate Career/Professional Association Plan of Work Project based Rotating officers a good idea Community work and resume building (WIIFM) Entire /applications: Six Core Competency Categories: A-F A. Career Development B. Job Attainment C. Job Survival D. Basic Skills E. Leadership and Skill Development F. Personal /


©2007 by Prentice Hall2-1 Managing Work Flow and Conducting Job Analysis Chapter2 Chapter 2.

Jobs and Conducting Job Analysis Job Design Work Simplification Job Enlargement and Job Rotation Job Enrichment Team-Based Job Design ©2007 by Prentice Hall2-13 Designing Jobs and Conducting Job Analysis Job Analysis Who Performs Job Analysis? Methods of Gathering Job Information The Uses of Job Analysis The Techniques of Job Analysis Job Analysis and the Legal Environment Job/economies of scale 3.Preserve company culture Disadvantages 1.Could lose control of important activities 2.May result in /


Chapter 8 Employee Training and Development

out a employee handbook. Creates positive employee attitudes toward the company and the job. Job Rotation This kindof training involves the movement of trainee from one job to another Helps him to have a general understanding of how the organization/ workers are trained through formal apprenticeships program. It demands high level of participation from the trainee. The biggest disadvantage is that –uniform period of training offered to trainees. Committee Assignments Training are asked to solve an actual /


IGCSE Business Chp. 19 & 20 Keywords – CV, external/internal recruitment, Job description, Person Spec, Discrimination, Unfair dismissal. Class : Y10 Lesson.

Priorities Keep workers up to date Improve productivity Improve motivation Increase rotation and promotion IGCSE Business Chp. 19 & 20 Keywords – CV, external/internal recruitment, Job description, Person Spec, Discrimination, Unfair dismissal. Government Training Schemes/recruitment, Job description, Person Spec, Discrimination, Unfair dismissal. Evaluation You’re a business owner, what things must you consider before you implement a training scheme? What are the overall advantages and disadvantages of /


CHAPTER 3 INDIVIDUALS, JOBS, AND EFFECTIVE HR MANAGEMENT.

Jackson © 2000 South-Western College Publishing 3-5 n n Job Design   Nature of job design   Job enlargement / enrichment   Job rotation   Job characteristics   Skill variety   Task identity   Task significance   Autonomy   Feedback   Consequences of job design   “Re-engineering” jobs   Using teams   Quality circles   Production cells   Self-directed teams   Advantages / disadvantages Chapter 3 INDIVIDUALS, JOBS, AND EFFECTIVE HR MANAGEMENT Human Resource Management, 9E Mathis/


PowerPoint presentation to accompany Operations Management, 6E (Heizer & Render) © 2001 by Prentice Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458 10-1 Job.

River, N.J. 07458 10-11 Job Expansion  Process of adding more variety to jobs  Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization  Methods  Job enlargement  Job enrichment  Job rotation  Employee empowerment PowerPoint presentation to accompany /were needed in past  Least preferred method  Advantages  Easy and inexpensive to obtain standard  Disadvantages  Unknown accuracy due to unusual occurrences, unknown pace etc. PowerPoint presentation to accompany Operations Management,/


Section 9 Job Design Managing Performance through Job Design.

(Hackman & Oldham) for Satisfaction AND Performance Job Design (Continued) Job Characteristics Model  Job Enlargement  Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed.  Job Enrichment  Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the job.  Job Rotation  The process of shifting a person from job to job. Nature of Job Design  Skill Variety  The extent to which/


 Training – the process of teaching new employees the basic skills they need to perform their job.  Development – learning that goes beyond today’s.

Purpose  Clear objectives must be formulate  On the Job Training(OJT)  Apprenticeship Training  Internships  Role playing  Business games  Instructor- Led  Case study  Behavior modeling  In- Basket Training  Job rotation  Often difficult  Feel they are too busy to/ get quick feedback on their performance.  Disadvantage - Low expectations on the trainer’s part may translate into poorer trainee performance.  Combined classroom instruction with on-the- job training.  It is a structured process /


Human Resource Management Job design and different ways of working.

opportunity to use their initiative. Methods of Job Re-design Job rotation Employees are allowed to perform a number of different tasks in turn, increasing the variety of their job. Methods of Job Re-design Tele-working Workers are able /for covering staff absences Reduces wage costs Enables a quick response to changing circumstances Flexible Workforces - Disadvantages Reduced effectiveness of communicationReduced effectiveness of communication Difficult to build teamsDifficult to build teams Difficult to /


1 Tutorial 2: Abaqus with Analysis Input File. 2 Abaqus Basics Simulation Abaqus/Standard Output file: Job.odb, job.dat Postprocessing Abaqus/CAE Preprocessing.

Job.inp FEM Solver 3 Why do I go with input files? Analysis with input files –ABAQUS solver reads the analysis input file –Advantage: User can change model directly without GUI FASTER than analysis using GUI Useful for minor modification (GUI automatically create an input file) –Disadvantage/2,2 103, 2 101, 1 101, 2 –Built in constraints ENCASTRE: Constraint on all displacements and rotations at a node PINNED: Constraint on all translational degrees of freedom XSYMM: Symmetry constraint about a plane of /


 Training – the process of teaching new employees the basic skills they need to perform their job.  Development – learning that goes beyond today’s.

Purpose  Clear objectives must be formulate  On the Job Training(OJT)  Apprenticeship Training  Internships  Role playing  Business games  Instructor- Led  Case study  Behavior modeling  In- Basket Training  Job rotation  Often difficult  Feel they are too busy to/ get quick feedback on their performance.  Disadvantage - Low expectations on the trainer’s part may translate into poorer trainee performance.  Combined classroom instruction with on-the- job training.  It is a structured process /


APES. Importance of Forests Economic - housing, fuelwood, paper, medicines, resins, gums, dyes, lumber, jobs, recreation - lands are used for mining,

regeneration Sustainable Forestry Using fiber from fast growing plants like kenaf to make paper Growing timber on longer rotations 100-200 years Selective cutting Minimizing fragmentation Use of logging and road building practices that minimize soil erosion /in national Forests Advantages Helps meet our timber needs Provides jobs Increases timber company profits because they pay very little to take logs off of public land Promotes economic growth Disadvantages Provides only 4% of our timber needs Has little/


BUSINESS 12 AS MOTIVATION _ 2. REASONS WHY PEOPLE GO TO WORK money Achievement or job satisfaction Belonging to a group Security Self-worth.

during appraisal process Setting of targets for employees can ensure they are all closely focused to company objectives Disadvantages Discourages a team based approach- can create unhealthy rivalry between managers Can be difficult to accurately measure performance/ workers chance to further themselves Herzberg in particular recommended this approach Job enlargement Giving workers more tasks to do of a similar nature or complexity Job rotation is a part of this REASONS FOR PAY DIFFERENTIALS Mainly due to/


PROMOTION, DEMOTION AND TRANSFER. PROMOTION “Promotion is the advancement of an employee to a better job, better in terms of greater responsibility, more.

measure length of service  System is simple to understand and operate  No favoritism  Provides sense of satisfaction to senior employees DISADVANTAGES OF SENIORITY AS A BASIS OF PROMOTION  Oldest is not always the ablest  Demotivates and demoralize the young employees who /from the heavy pressure of work. 3.Versatility Transfer : Also known as rotation this transfer is made to develop all round employees by moving them from one job to another. It also helps to reduce boredom and monotony. 4. Remedial /


What to include in your CV Delivering a Healthy WA HOW TO SUBMIT A WINNING JOB APPLICATION Tegan Piscicelli Project Officer Medical Workforce Fiona Stanley.

previous positions in reverse chronological order! (i.e. list your current/most recent job FIRST). Include: –Dates / Position title / Facility (including name, address and /work/week) Internship & Observership –Provide in reverse chronology –List internship rotations –Identify any periods of observership Gaps in Service –Provide an explanation of/ as disaster relief, work in underdeveloped areas, or work with disadvantaged groups. Research and Professionalism Published work. Research/Audits Formal teaching /


Blended Web Learning: Advantages, Disadvantages, Issues, and Considerations Curt Bonk, Indiana University and ARI Senior Research Fellow Tatana Olson,

.Less time commuting and parking 7.Introverts participate more Blended Learning Disadvantages 1.Procrastination, procrastination, procrastination 2.Students have trouble managing time /3— this raised success rate, transfer of skills, and lowered hours away from the job. Success Story #2. Ratheon, Build Own LMS (John Hartnett, Online Learning, /someone cares. Issue or Consideration: 6. Small Group Structuring Student Advice: Rotate roles among students in role play activities. Instructor Advice: Match strong /


Do Temporary Help Jobs Improve Labor Market Outcomes for Low-Skilled Workers? Evidence from Work First David H. Autor MIT and NBER Susan N. Houseman Upjohn.

Subsequent Employment & Earnings in Temp v. Direct-Hire Jobs Effects of Job Placement on Job Stability o Effects on Working for Multiple Employers o Effects on Longest Job Spell and Longest Job o Effects on Continuous Employment Bad Jobs or Bad Contractors? Conclusions & Policy Implications Study Design Exploits natural variation among providers of job placement services for welfare and disadvantaged workers in propensity to place participants into temp/


Human Resource Management TENTH EDITON © 2003 Southwestern College Publishing. All rights reserved. PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook Jobs Jobs Chapter.

Job Design  Job Enlargement –Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed.  Job Enrichment –Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the job.  Job Rotation –The process of shifting a person from job to job/15 Team Jobs  Advantages –Improved productivity –Increased employee involvement –More widespread employee learning –Greater employee ownership of problems  Disadvantages –Requires /


Chapter 6 Jobs and Job Analysis.

of jobs. Job Design Job Satisfaction Job Performance Physical and Mental Health Person/Job Fit Figure 6–2 Nature of Job Design Job Enlargement Job Enrichment Job Rotation Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed. Job Enrichment Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing , controlling, and evaluating the job. Job Rotation The process of shifting a person from job to job. Characteristics of Jobs/


Slack, Chambers and Johnston, Operations Management 5 th Edition © Nigel Slack, Stuart Chambers, and Robert Johnston 2007 Chapter 9 Job design and work.

work is reduced Advantages Leads to monotony Can result in physical injury Not particularly robust Can reduce flexibility Disadvantages Slack, Chambers and Johnston, Operations Management 5 th Edition © Nigel Slack, Stuart Chambers, and Robert /from published tables are used to construct a time estimate for a whole job. Job rotation The practice of encouraging the movement of individuals between different aspects of a job in order to increase motivation. Slack, Chambers and Johnston, Operations Management /


INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 1. Pick the greatest ADVANTAGE of the Industrial Revolution 2. Pick the greatest DISADVANTAGE.

the Industrial Revolution 2. Pick the greatest DISADVANTAGE Do Now What do you think are the/ small farms into larger ones ( more efficient) larger ones ( more efficient) INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Crop Rotation Planting a different field of crop each year to assure fertility CHANGES IN FARMING STEAM TRACTOR CHANGES / once! Doubled process of weaving on a loom John Kay’s “Flying Shuttle” 1733 1 person job Edmund Cartwright’s Power Loom 1787 TEXTILES What is textiles? Cotton&Cloth TEXTILES Why were women preferred /


What is Laser Printer ? A high quality no impact printer that produces sharp, dark images Uses a rotating drum principle similar to that of a photocopier.

Advantages High printing quality Low toner consumption High printing speed Relatively low running costs Quietness Disadvantages High energy consumption How laser printer work ? The same printing process as photocopiers / communications port Tells the computer when to stop or start sending data Job Spool Passes the data directly to the interpreter Store the data in / The magnetic particles act as a very fine "brush" As the roller rotates, it passes the toner hopper and the brush effect of the developer gathers/


Job Search Success in Local Labour Markets Ronald W. McQuaid, Malcolm Greig and John Adams ESRC Seminar, Edinburgh, 6-8 January 2004 Employment Research.

18-24) long-term unemployed lone parents disabled people the unemployed aged fifty plus partners of unemployed people disadvantaged communities (for example: Employment Action Zones, Priority Partnership Areas, Social Inclusion Partnerships, Single Regeneration Budget areas)/ in order to develop a multi-dimensional profile of (un)successful job seekers Factors were extracted using Principal Component Analysis with Varimax rotation The factor scores (values with respect to each observation for each factor/


The Karoo Center for Training and Education A Proposal for an Artisan FET College, Adult Skills & Job Resource Center in the Northern Cape.

week course), job search strategies, computer resource lab, apprentice placement program, mentorship & support network. Establish a bridge to university study for students willing to work hard to overcome initial disadvantages. Infrastructure, /Technical skills, rotation in: masonry, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, farm maintenance, basic computing. –Child care & development, HIV/AIDS education. –Expand to tourism & hospitality, entrepreneurial endeavors in future. Job Resource Center: –Job readiness & /


2-1 Copyright ©2010 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall Managing Work Flow and Conducting Job Analysis Chapter 2.

Job Enlargement (horizontal loading)  Job RotationJob Enrichment (vertical loading)  Team-Based Job Design 2-15 Copyright ©2010 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall Job Analysis  Collect information about a job  Identifies tasks, duties, and responsibilities  Performed by either HR or job / with most current skills 2. Cost savings with economies of scale 3. Preserve company culture Disadvantages 1. Could lose control of important activities 2. May lose an opportunity to gain knowledge /


Human Resources, Job Design, and Work Measurement

Job Expansion Adding more variety to jobs Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization Job enlargement Job rotation Job enrichment Employee empowerment © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall Job Enlargement Enriched job Enlarged job Task #3 (Lock printed circuit board into fixture for next operation) Present job/ Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall Work Sampling Disadvantages of work sampling Does not divide work elements as completely as time study/


JOB CHARACTERISTICS BUILDING JOBS PEOPLE WANT Module 2.

enterprise must demand it of him.” Job Characteristics Model Nature of Job Design Job Enlargement Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed. Job Enrichment Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the job. Job Rotation The process of shifting a person from job to job. Characteristics of Jobs Skill Variety The extent to which/


ATTRACT – ACQUIRE – RETAIN – DEVELOP - DEPLOY JOB CHARACTERISTICS BUILDING JOBS PEOPLE WANT Module 2.

how poorly they have performed. Job Characteristics Model Nature of Job Design Job Enlargement Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed. Job Enrichment Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the job. Job Rotation The process of shifting a person from job to job. Aspects of Jobs: Using Teams in Jobs  Types of Teams ◦ Special/


AMA Summer 2009 Session 18 1. What Is Incentive Pay? Linking pay to job performance Also known as: Pay for performance Performance-based pay systems Performance-based.

Trade-off: More risk,higher compensation Opportunity: share economic development Stronger incentives Disadvantages of Output-Based Pay Prof. Dr. Birgitta Wolff Marjaana Rehu, M.A/ clock times Example: Auto mechanic Market pay = $20 per hour Task: balance & rotate 4 tires Standard = 30 minutes = 0.50 hours Pay for task = $20 / Potential difficulties of merit pay Supervisors can make mistakes in evaluating employee job performance & in assigning merit pay increases The mistakes weaken the instrumentality /


Chapter Fourteen Human Resource Management. Chapter Focus Define the job analysis process and the functioning of job description and job specifications.

Chapter Fourteen Human Resource Management Chapter Focus Define the job analysis process and the functioning of job description and job specifications. Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of five sources of employee recruitment. Describe the three/’s name, position and starting date. Fig. 14-3b EMPLOYEE TRAINING METHODS Lecture Conferences Programmed learning Role playing Job rotation On the job training (OJT) Trade journals 3 TYPES OF COMPENSATION PLANS 1. Hourly wages or salary 2. Piecework rate 3/


IGCSE Business Chp. 19 & 20 Keywords – maslow hierarchy, Herzberg, motivation, non/ financial rewards, fringe benefits, job enrichment Class : Y10 Lesson.

uniform Health Insurance Sustainable pay and conditions Job rotation and training IGCSE Business Chp. 19 & 20 Keywords – maslow hierarchy, Herzberg, motivation, non/ financial rewards, fringe benefits, job enrichment Evaluation Is motivation really possible? Which/fringe benefits, job enrichment Exam Question Write an exam question based on your learning today. Then, swap books and answer someone else’s question. Answer PLAN: Intro – define key word Explain 1 advantage (BLT) Explain 1 disadvantage (BLT) /


10 - 1© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Human Resources, Job Design, and Work Measurement PowerPoint presentation to accompany Heizer and Render Operations.

18© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Job Expansion ▶ Adding more variety to jobs ▶ Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization ▶ Job enlargement ▶ Job rotationJob enrichment ▶ Employee empowerment 10 - 19© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Job Enlargement Figure 10.2 Task #3/to affect results ▶ Less intrusive 10 - 80© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Work Sampling ▶ Disadvantages of work sampling ▶ Does not divide work elements as completely as time study ▶ Can yield biased results if /


Design of Work Systems. Learning Objectives Explain the importance of work design and the relationship between Job design and production planning. Explain.

needed Disadvantages ForManagement: 1. Difficult to motivate quality 2. Worker dissatisfaction, possibly resulting in absenteeism, high turnover, disruptive tactics, poor attention to quality ForLabor: 1. Monotonous work 2. Limited opportunities for advancement 3. Little control over work 4. Little opportunity for self-fulfillment Behavioral Approaches to Job Design Job Enlargement – Giving a worker a larger portion of the total task by horizontal loading Job Rotation/


© 2008 Prentice Hall, Inc.10 – 1 Operations Management Chapter 10 Human Resources and Job Design David Simarmata Erdita Nimas B Simon Novan.

fit the required skill © 2008 Prentice Hall, Inc.10 – 9  Adding more variety to jobs  Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization  Job enlargement  Job rotationJob enrichment  Employee empowerment © 2008 Prentice Hall, Inc.10 – 10 Figure 10.2 Task #3/ Worker has little chance to affect results  Less intrusive © 2008 Prentice Hall, Inc.10 – 48  Disadvantages of work sampling  Does not divide work elements as completely as time study  Can yield biased results if observer does/


Section 9 Job Design Managing Performance through Job Design.

…  Skill Variety  Task Identity  Task Significance  Autonomy  Feedback  Job Enlargement  Broadening the scope of a job by expanding the number of different tasks to be performed.  Job Enrichment  Increasing the depth of a job by adding the responsibility for planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating the job.  Job Rotation  The process of shifting a person from job to job. Ways to Redesign Jobs Combine tasks so that a worker is responsible/


7-1  Job design involves specifying the content and methods of job  What will be done  Who will do the job  How the job will be done  Where the job.

Job Design  Teams  Methods Analysis  Motions Study  Working conditions 7-3 Specialization in Business: Advantages ForManagement: 1. Simplifies training 2. High productivity 3. Low wage costs ForLabor: 1. Low education and skill requirements 2. Minimum responsibilities 3. Little mental effort needed Table 7.1 7-4 Disadvantages/ to Job Design  Job Enlargement  Giving a worker a larger portion of the total task by horizontal loading  Job Rotation  Workers periodically exchange jobsJob Enrichment /


© 2004 by Prentice Hall Terrie Nolinske, Ph.D. 2 - 1 Managing Work Flow and Conducting Job Analysis 2.

for team meetings © 2004 by Prentice Hall Terrie Nolinske, Ph.D. 2 - 14 Approaches to Job Design Work simplification Job enlargement Job rotation Job enrichment Team-based job design © 2004 by Prentice Hall Terrie Nolinske, Ph.D. 2 - 15 Steps in Conducting a Job Analysis… 1 - Select the job to be analyzed 2 - Gather info about how the job is done 3 - Verify accuracy of info 4 - Document the/


English Language Arts 20-2 the job interview. Preparing for the Interview dress professionally – business dress recommended – first impressions are important.

questions are not related to the job in question and indicate gender and marital or family status. Where applicable, valid inquiries would include willingness to work the required schedule, to work rotating shifts or to relocate. personal data/reduces the possibility of the information being used, or perceived as being used, to the new employee’s disadvantage. Membership in Clubs, Organizations and Professional Associations Requesting applicants to list those organizations and associations of which they/


10 - 1© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 10 Human Resources, Job Design, and Work Measurement PowerPoint presentation to accompany.

as Prentice Hall Job Expansion  Adding more variety to jobs  Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization  Job enlargement  Job rotationJob enrichment  Employee empowerment 10 - 20© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall Job Enlargement Figure 10./ results  Less intrusive 10 - 82© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall  Disadvantages of work sampling  Does not divide work elements as completely as time study  Can yield biased results if/


7-1Design of Work Systems  Job design involves specifying the content and methods of job. IN general the goal of the job design is to create a work system.

skill requirements 2. Minimum responsibilities 3. Little mental effort needed Table 7.1 7-7Design of Work Systems Disadvantages ForManagement: 1. Difficult to motivate quality 2. Worker dissatisfaction, possibly resulting in absenteeism, high turnover, /Systems 2. Behavioral Approaches to Job Design 1. Job Enlargement  Giving a worker a larger portion of the total task by horizontal loading 2. Job Rotation  Workers periodically exchange jobs 3. Job Enrichment  Increasing responsibility for planning/


© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc.10 - 1 © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Human Resources, Job Design, and Work Measurement PowerPoint presentation to accompany.

Education, Inc.10 - 11 © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. ▶ Adding more variety to jobs ▶ Intended to reduce boredom associated with labor specialization ▶ Job enlargement ▶ Job rotationJob enrichment ▶ Employee empowerment © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc.10 - 12 © 2014 Pearson Education,/ ▶ Less intrusive © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc.10 - 78 © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. ▶ Disadvantages of work sampling ▶ Does not divide work elements as completely as time study ▶ Can yield biased results if observer/


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