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 job enrichment.
More on work/job design: Job Enlargement, Job Rotation, Work Design.



   

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