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INTRODUCTION:

Meaning of Job Rotation: Job Rotation implies systematic movement of employees form one job to the other. Job remains unchanged but employees performing them shift from one job to the other. This is described as job rotation. With job rotation, an employee is given an opportunity to perform different jobs, which enriches his skills, experience and ability to perform different jobs. However, the jobs offered under job rotation are more or less of the same nature. As a result, he

will be skilled to a new job which is more or less similar to his earlier job.
Benefits of Job Rotation Raises intrinsic reward potential of a job: Beneficial to the organization: Worker becomes competent in several jobs: Improves inter-departmental co-operation: Motivates employees:

Reduce Boredom:
Develops wide skills among workers:

NEED OF THE STUDY:


Job rotation is the surest way of keeping the employee away from complacency and boredom of routine. It is difficult for an employee to sustain his interest in a given job for any substantial length of time as humans have the tendency of outgrowing their jobs through the

learning and experience that they gain over a period of time. Stimulating human mind through
diversity of challenges is a sure way to bring to forefront its creative instincts and in taking the individual and organizational performance to a higher plane. This is where job rotation can prove to be a handy tool.

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY:


Study the processes and methods followed for Job Rotation, in a Natco Pharma Limited
integrated in energy business. Designing of Designations of Staff category on basis of the role matching with needs of the organization. Identification of training needs for multi skilling.

Measure the majority of source through which Natco Pharma employees were recruited.

SCOPE OF THE STUDY This procedure is applicable to all Job Rotation matters of Natco Pharma. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: SOURCE OF DATA : Primary data: Questionnaires were used for collecting primary data

Secondary data:
Secondary data were collected from figures, statistics and tables from the companys annual publications websites and from library books

LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY: Due to time constraints and busy schedules of the people it was difficult to interact with them

completely
The sample size was limited