Job enlargement, job enrichment and job rotation, Other Management

QUESTION

The significance of work design is underscored by an organisation's dependence on human efforts to accomplish its goals

1 Contrast the meaning of the terms job enlargement job enrichment and job rotation

2 Name few reasons why methods analyses are needed and how is methods analysis linked to productivity improvement?

3 A job was timed for 60 cycles and had an average of 1.2 minutes per piece. The performance rating was 95 percent and workday allowances was10 percent. Determine each of the following-

a) Observed time

b) Normal time

c) Standard time

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