In many ways and from many viewpoints, jobs have become the symbol of all that ails us organizationally - the bureaucracy, the burdensome hierarchy, the title creep and confusion, etc.
The job has long served as a key link between employee and employer. The intersecting point between a person's capabilities and an organization's needs. But has the notion of a job outlived its usefulness? Is it bound for extinction, or must it - can it - simply evolve and change to meet the needs of today's speedier and more agile organizations? What say you?
Click over to my post at the Compensation Cafe today and weigh in!
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