• Carole Katz

Job crafting

Updated: May 27, 2019

Job crafting is defined as actions that employees take to shape, mold, and redefine their jobs in order to make their job more engaging and meaningful. There are three types of job crafting techniques:

  • Task crafting: Job crafting through changing tasks

  • Relational crafting: Job crafting through changing relationships

  • Cognitive crafting: Job crafting through changing your perceptions

Click here to learn more about the three different job crafting techniques and to see the relevant research references.

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