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Employees, Job description and Job Satisfaction

What has been the primary reason for the growth in the number of necessary employee-related tasks over the past four to five decades? What impact has this trend had on job satisfication and organizational outcomes? Are job satisfaction and organizational outcomes different in a learning organization? Be sure to support your response with real life examples.

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The primary reason for the growth in the number of necessary employee-related tasks over the past four to five decades is the streamlining of processes and resources. In other words, a lot of tasks that were once completed by the human resources, are now replaced by the modern technology, however not all tasks can be replaced, leaving a lot of ...

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Solution provides answers to the following questions: What has been the primary reason for the growth in the number of necessary employee-related tasks over the past four to five decades? What impact has this trend had on job satisfication and organizational outcomes? Are job satisfaction and organizational outcomes different in a learning organization? Be sure to support your response with real life examples.

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