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job rotation

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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) the practice of transferring an employee from one work station or activity to another during the working day in order to add variety to a job: often used in assembly line work
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Employers are also told to offer flexible working patterns or job rotations to help minimise the effects of the cold.
Asked what job rotations were relevant for R&D and innovation leaders, respondents mentioned R&D most often, unsurprisingly, but also identified a host of other functions (Figure 6).
Onsite job rotations not only improve staff happiness at work because they are learning, but also provides for more out of the box thinking and an amazing breed of super multi-talented individuals within the company willing to step in and help, thus reducing the need to hire more people," Folayan said.
Study Clarifies Job-rotation benefits-little data has been available to document the benefits and challenges of job rotations, both to employees and to employers, until now.
This is a challenge seen in many Japanese corporations where once the new employee joins the workforce they are placed in job rotations as part of corporate training.
The Triple~E Program provides a year-long opportunity to fresh graduates for learning and development through hands-on training live projects job rotations exposure to a fast-paced corporate culture and cutting-edge information and communication technologies.
The Triple~E Programme started two years back provides a year-long opportunity to fresh graduates for learning and development through hands-on training live projects job rotations exposure to a fast-paced corporate culture and cutting-edge information and communication technologies.
The Triple~E Programme provides a yearlong opportunity to fresh graduates for learning and development through handson training, live projects, job rotations, exposure to a fastpaced corporate culture and cuttingedge information and communication technologies.
It will end obligatory two–year job rotations and allow career breaks for parents – aimed at improving the chances of promotion for women.
The trainee programs and the international high mobility pool, project-related international assignments, and job rotations provide a host of career opportunities worldwide.
There has also been a 25% increase in on-the-job training through job rotations and special cross-functional assignments over formal classroom training.