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Division of Labour

Hello readers, today I will be writing about the division of labour. Division of labour is a situation where production processes are divided into parts and these parts are assigned to individuals. These individuals only assume parts that have been given to them to undertake. Benefits of making workers do only one tasks include efficiency. They are able to do their jobs faster. 

Jobs are assigned to employees based on their skill and experience. As the employee repeats the task he or she becomes an expert at it. As a result of division of labour the quality of the work the individual does improves. It contributes to the success of your business.

Division of labour encourages the production in large scale quantities which helps to reduce the cost of production which eventually adds to the success of the organisation. It also encourages workers to come up with better ways of carrying out their part, thus increases invention.

However, some individuals believe that  division of labour could make workers feel bored as they will be repeating the same task. Karl Marx is of the opinion that repeating the same tasks continuously  will lead to employees being disassociated from their job. 

That is all for today. thank you for reading this article, Keep checking my blog regularly.Cheers!

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