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What Are the Alternatives to Job Specialization?

Started by Rokeya, November 25, 2018, 10:48:24 PM

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Successful leaders organize employees effectively. They design and define job descriptions so that workers can maximize performance, achieve job satisfaction and produce quality products or services. Job specialization reflects the degree to which tasks get broken down and divided into smaller tasks. Benefits include worker proficiency, decreased time between task transfer and the ability to develop specialized equipment for a specific function. However, job specialization typically results in worker boredom and dissatisfaction. To promote career development, alternatives include job rotation, job enlargement and job enrichment activities.