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
the process of moving employees to different tasks or departments to promote overall experience and to counteract tedium
[job] /dʒɒb/ noun 1. a piece of work, especially a specific task done as part of the routine of one’s occupation or for an agreed price: She gave him the job of mowing the lawn. 2. a post of employment; full-time or part-time position: She was seeking a job as an editor. 3. anything a […]
- Job satisfaction
noun 1. the extent to which a person’s hopes, desires, and expectations about the employment he is engaged in are fulfilled
noun 1. a person who is actively looking for employment.
- Job security
jargon When some piece of code is written in a particularly obscure fashion, and no good reason (such as time or space optimisation) can be discovered, it is often said that the programmer was attempting to increase his job security (i.e. by making himself indispensable for maintenance). This sour joke seldom has to be said […]