Thursday, 26 November 2015

Principles of Job Design:

Principles are the bases of the approach used in job design. Robertson and Smith (1985) have suggested the following five principles of job design:
·        To influence skill variety, provide opportunities for people to do several tasks and combine tasks.
·        To influence task identity, combine tasks and from natural work units.
·        To influence task significance, form natural work units and inform people of the importance of  their work.
·        To influence autonomy, give people responsibility for determining their own working systems.

·        To influence feedback; establish good relationship and open feedback channels.

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