JOB REDESIGN VS JOB ENRICHMENT – A conceptual study
Author(s):
Prof. Dr. Savitha G R
Keywords:
Job redesign, Job enrichment, productivity
Abstract
Job redesign is an essential aspect of organizational change, as it aims to improve the working conditions of employees, enhance efficiency, and promote job satisfaction. It involves the process of changing the tasks, responsibilities, and work environment of employees to increase their engagement, improve their productivity, and boost organizational performance. Job enrichment is a management concept aimed at improving the quality of an employee's working life by increasing their level of responsibility, autonomy, and control over their work tasks. It is based on the idea that employees will be more engaged and motivated if they have greater ownership over their work and are trusted to make decisions that affect their job outcomes. In this paper, the concept of job enrichment and job redesign is explored by understanding its advantages and challenges. This paper also highlights some of the best practices for implementing job redesign & enrichment in organizations.
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Unique Paper ID: 160557

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 609 - 613
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