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Q: Motivating employees by expanding the number of jobs or tasks that they are involved with is referred to as: a) job enlargement. b) job enrichment. c) job simplification. d)job rotation.
A: Motivating employees by expanding the number of jobs or tasks that they are involved with is referred to as: job enlargement.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Job_enlargement
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