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Chapter 7 Job Design and Work Schedules
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2 Job Dimensions and their Sub- dimensions Task Characteristics Work scheduling autonomy Decision-making Work methods autonomy Task variety Task significance Task identity Feedback from job Social Characteristics Social support Initiated interdependence Received interdependence Interaction outside organization Feedback from others
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3 Job Dimensions and their Sub- dimensions, continued Knowledge Characteristics Job complexity Information processing Problem solving Skill variety Specialization Contextual characteristics Ergonomics Physical demands Work conditions Equipment use
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4 Job Specialization Specialists perform a limited number of tasks, such as a tax accountant. Specialization allows for development of expertise. Lower-level specialized jobs require less training. Specialization leads to boredom for many workers.
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Characteristics of an Enriched Job 1. Direct feedback 2. Client relationships 3. New learning 4. Control over method
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