Whenever a job is changed, a manager has a chance to increase both the quality of the employees• work I ife and their on-the-job productivity. This manuscript briefly reviews the salient concepts in the .iob redesign I iterature and permits the reader to undertake a job redesign program . Actua l company data are provided that indicate the effectiveness of the company's strategy .
job redesign, productivity, quality of life, social aspects, working conditions, job enrichment, task variety, task significance, task feedback, unexpected outcomes
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Slocum, Jr., John W., "Job redesign: improving the quality of working life" (1981). Working Papers. 19.