Job Enrichment


Definition: Job Enrichment is the job design practice in which the tasks of an employee are extended with other tasks of a higher (vertical) level in the organization chart. This means more skills are needed, more important work is done, more autonomy and responsibilities are given to such employee.


More on work/job design: Job Enlargement, Job Rotation, Office Design, Parkinson's Law, Work Design.


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