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Specific task experienced employees provide high

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specific task, experienced employees provide high output while low experience employees lower output which brings the challenge of evenly distributing the work between them. Employees’ perception of the work creates challenges or obstacles regarding distribution of work among the employed. Employees personal conflict creates hindrance during distribution of the work, especially group performance or combined tasks (Fusco, 2003). Employee’s personal satisfaction level toward the job creates challenges and unwillingness to work on specific tasks. Distribution of Workload Solutions Human Resource Managers of organizations solve the above challenges by matching employees’ skills to jobs and tasks that fit well together, classify the whole task into two groups that required both experienced & inexperienced employees (Fusco,
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Human Resource Manager Challenges 4 2003), change employees’ perception toward the task & encourage conversation to remove conflicts among the employees, and equality so it distributes the task as per company policy in a equal manner. References Rondeau, K., & Wagar, T. (2012). Employee High-Involvement Work Practices and Voluntary Turnover, Proceedings Of The European Conference On Intellectual Capital , 386-394. Fusco, C. J. (2003). Equipping company managers to attract, retain and employ human capital. Compensation and Benefits Review, 35(3), 20-20. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview/213667845?accountid=35812
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