Q1.) Define job design
Job design is defined as the act of arranging or rearranging work in a systematic way. Individuals and groups in a given organization are allocated tasks with the aim of addressing issues of job dissatisfaction and staff alienation. Through job design, organizations raise productivity levels and employee satisfaction.
Q2.) Discuss Taylorism in the human services
This is a management concept where Frederick Taylor, the father of scientific management, thought that by analyzing work in a scientific manner, one could come up with the best way to perform a given task. Taylorism outlines developing routines used in carrying out duties, training staff for Continue reading...