Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Satisfaction
Job Satisfaction: Used to define how an employee feels regarding their job, work environment, pay, benefits, etc.
Job Rotation: The practice of transferring employees for temporary periods of time between varying jobs within an organization. Often used as a training and development method.
Job Sampling: During the selection process, the term refers to the practice of observing and measuring how an applicant actually performs certain selected job tasks.
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Job Redesign: The process of restructuring a job by adding, changing or eliminating certain tasks or functions in order to make the job more satisfying or challenging.
Job Pricing: The process of determining pay rates for jobs within the organization by analyzing industry or regional salary survey data in order to establish appropriate job pay rates.
Job Ranking: The process of ranking all jobs within the organization in order of importance or worth.
Job Shadowing: A temporary, unpaid work experience opportunity where students learn about a particular job (typically in a field of interest) by walking through the work day as a shadow to an employee.
Job Sharing: The practice of two different employees performing the tasks of one full-time position.
On-The-Job Training: Training provided to employees by managers and supervisors; conducted at the actual worksite utilizing demonstration and actual performance of job tasks to be accomplished.