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Sharon K. Parker & Sandra Ohly

In: The SAGE Handbook of Human Resource Management

Chapter 16: Extending the Reach of Job Design Theory: Going Beyond the Job Characteristics Model

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Extending the Reach of Job Design Theory: Going Beyond the Job Characteristics Model
Extending the reach of job design theory: Going beyond the job characteristics model

I get fed up sometimes, you know, but you just have to put up with that, and I just carry on, me, just plod on … You get into work, you get that feeling that you just keep coming everyday, and you think, ‘Oh, clock in, do my job, clock out, and that's it like’, … that's what I'm paid to do anyway (Production operator; Parker, 1994).

Because you know you work hard for a piece of work, to plan for the work, to carry out the work, and at the end you feel this great sense of achievement that it ...

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