Does Job Enrichment Really Pay Off?

by Fred Luthans, William Reif

Fall 1972

Volume 15
Issue 1

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Analyzes critically the concepts of work motivation, job design and resistance to change in job enrichment. Lack of motivation for workers proposed to be alienated from middle class values; Emergence of feelings of inadequacy, fear of failure and a concern for dependency; Reasons for resistance of workers to job enlargement.

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