The utilization of job rotation to increase motivation in the print production industry
Zanti, Giuseppina M.
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This paper introduces research about the application of the motivational tool, job rotation, into the print production industry. There little to no studies of job rotation and employee motivation in the print production industry. The prospectus gives information in regards to the workflow of the print production industry and a summary of the concept of job rotation. The purpose of the study is to research if tools such as job rotation would lead to an increase in employee motivation, productivity, and satisfaction in the print production industry. To collect the data needed for this research a questionnaire was constructed. The questionnaire had two sections, demographics and questions that acted the participant to rank their level of agreement. The data was used to test the researcher’s hypotheses about job rotation and how managerial implementation, gender, and years employed in industry related to it. The study concluded managerial implementation did have a significance in effect on employee favor towards job rotation. However, gender and time employed in the print production industry did not affect employee favor towards job rotation.