SMEs : The Impact of Bad Job Design on Employee EngagementPosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 27 July 2023
SMEs : The Impact of Bad Job Design on Employee Engagement
In today's competitive job market, it's crucial to recognize the negative effects of poor job design on employee engagement. Unfortunately, many jobs lack proper design and are often a mix of disconnected tasks. This is further aggravated by rigid employee handbooks that stifle growth and development. To address this issue, it's essential to analyse job descriptions and explore alternative approaches that benefit both employers and employees.
Exploring Effective Job Design: Building Engaged and Productive Workforces
When considering job design, there are several questions that employers should ask themselves:
- Is the standard number
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