Job Rotation

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Job Rotation - (noun)


This is the planned movement of employees between two or more jobs or tasks. The aim is to improve the experiences and widen the skill sets of the employees.


Source: Adapted from Business Dictionary
Example of Use: Management began a programme of job rotation for two reasons: firstly, to give the employees a wider understanding of how the company operated; and secondly, to offset the feeling of boredom that workers developed from doing the same task day after day.