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Effect of Job Rotation Techniques on Performance of Bank Employees


Ritu Gandhi Arora


DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad


In today’s era businesses are growing at a very fast pace and to be in existence every organization has realized the fact that in order to succeed in the current cut throat competitive market, treating and constantly upgrading their employees has become very essential. For this purpose job rotation is a technique adopted by many organizations to train their employees. The importance of job rotation, as a mean of enhancing skills, knowledge and abilities of an individual to improve the overall organizational mechanics has become evident to any organization. Job rotation has become the need of the hour for most of the organization and is a fast emerging domain of research in the field of human resource.

This study reveals the perception & views of banking sector employees in relation to job rotation techniques. Positional variables of the employees were analyzed with respect to the employees’ perception regarding Job Rotation technique. Data were collected using a self administered questionnaire from 125 Bank employees working in the various banks situated in Faridabad. Collected data was further analyzed using “Mean Score” as a statistical tool. The finding of the research revealed that most of the employees perceive job rotation as a technique which stimulates their individual growth, reduces boredom and also act as a tool for fast learning. The study suggest that organizations should consider the perception and needs of individual employees for successful implementation of job rotation in an organization for overall benefit of the individuals and organizations. The researchers also believes that the current research would help organizations in redesigning the job rotation tool in order to enhance the quality of the employees’ workforce and overall quality of the organization’s output which is in fact the need of the hour.


Job Rotation, Training and Development, Diversity, Learning, Organization culture.

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