The Effect of Job Rotation on Employee Productivity

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The Effect Of Job Rotation on Employee Productivity Research Proposal Objective The objective of this study is to examine the effect of job rotation on employee productivity. Toward this end, this study will conduct a review of literature in this area of inquiry. Introduction The success of the business organization is fundamentally dependent upon the level of employee motivation in the organization. The focal goal of every business organization is realization of profits and business decisions ranging from planning to staffing are focused on the organization's long-term sustainability. Job satisfaction is reported as describing "how content an individual is with his or her job." (Nadeem, 2010, p.206) Nadeem (2010) reports that today's companies are "…forced to function in a world full of change and complexity, and it is more important than ever to have the right employees at the right job with the right qualification and experience in order to survive the surrounding competition. The successful and prosperous future of an organization is dependent on its skilled, knowledgeable, and well-experienced workforce. That is why training is a fundamental and effectual instrument in successful accomplishment of the firm's goals and objectives. Training not only improves them resourcefully, but also gives them a chance to learn their job virtually and perform it more competently hence increasing firm's productivity." (p.207) Literature Review I. Job Rotation The work of
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