A Study on the Factors Influencing Job Enrichment

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Year : 2021 | Volume : | Issue : 1 | Page : 1-4
By

    S. Tephillah Vasantham

  1. Lecturer, Department of Business Administration, The American College, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

Occupation advancement is one of the treasured objectives to accomplish singular execution. It is fundamental to see how work advancement is an important apparatus for overseeing and cultivating the fruitful representative exhibition. Advanced occupation comprises of different components like errand importance, task personality and ability assortment which improves the exhibition of workers and persuades them to perform energetically. This investigation expects to zero in on the connection between work improvement and individual execution. A quantitative exploration is utilized to investigate the components of occupation enhancement (Task Significance, Task Identity and Skill Variety) on singular execution in training establishment. Information was gathered from the resources in private college utilizing likelihood delineated irregular inspecting strategies to gauge the connection between the three variables towards singular execution. An observational proof from the exploratory examination is introduced which recognized that the subsequent factor contributes more on improving the exhibition of the people. Further exploration can be led on different components of occupation advancement and their effect on singular execution of the workers in instruction foundation.

Keywords: Job advancement, individual execution, task importance, task character, skill assortment

[This article belongs to NOLEGEIN Journal of Performance Management & Retention Strategies(njpmrs)]

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Regular Issue Open Access Article
Volume 4
Issue 1
Received May 19, 2021
Accepted May 26, 2021
Published June 6, 2021