Increasing Employee Motivation and Satisfaction with Job Titles

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Increasing Employee Motivation and Satisfaction with Job Titles
Chloe Xu, Australia, Premium Member
Traditional purposes of job titles are standardization and benchmarking. They are sources and reflections of formality and rigidity or mechanisms of bureaucratic control. Over the past decade however, London Business School professor Dan Cable has come to view it as a useful tool for improving employees’ job satisfaction and boosting recruitment. A research reveals that “self-reflective” job titles made employees feel more validated and better recognized for their work, and experience greater “psychological safety”. Job Retitling therefore can facilitate agency, creativity, and coping. Here's a two-step methodology for job retitling:
  • REFLECT: Have employees reflect on their job’s purpose (including who is served, who is affected by the quality of the work, and what value is created) and on questions of identity (including what aspects of the job that the employee does particularly well or differently from others).
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