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Job Rotation

The practice in which a person changes positions in an organization frequently for a certain period of time. For example, a new hire may work in operations for a few months, then accounting and finally in human resources. Job rotation is intended to give a person well-rounded insight into how an organization functions. It may be done especially for management trainees.

job rotation

see JOB DESIGN.

job rotation

see JOB.
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Scientific research, however, shows a mixed consensus on the effectiveness of job rotation and whether it benefits or hinders employees.
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