Job Redesign

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Definition: Job Redesign

Job Redesign is basically a process of ‘restructuring’ the elements of a job (like tasks, duties and responsibilities). It is usually done to the job more interesting, exciting, encouraging and inspiring for the employees. Some of the key steps are:

  • Revising the Job Content
  • Analyzing Job-related Information
  • Altering the Job Elements
  • Reformation of Job Description and Specification
  • Reshuffling the Job-related Tasks and Duties

Job Redesigning is usually done keeping in mind some/all of these advantages:

  • Enhancing the Quality of Work-Life
  • Increasing Organization’s and Employees’ Productivity
  • Bringing the Sense of Belongingness in Employees
  • Creating a Right Person-Job Fit


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