Job Enrichment

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Job Enrichment - (noun)


This describes a situation in which employees are given extra tasks in order to give them more responsibility and control over their work. The aim is to give the employee more job satisfaction and more motivation.


Source: Adapted from Management Study Online
Example of Use: The company decided to start a job enrichment programme in an attempt to keep their employees more motivated and less likely to resign and look for other work.