Job Redesign

Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment
Michell L. Williams
PSY 320
January 18, 2010
Dr. Donna Gardner

Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment
Citigroup Inc. is one of the largest financial networks in American, spanning 140 countries with approximately 16,000 offices worldwide. The company employs approximately 300,000 staff around the world, and holds 200 million-customer accounts in more than 140 countries. Citigroup is a primary dealer in US Treasury securities. Citigroup is a major American financial institution.   Citigroup and financial conglomerate Travelers Group combined to create the banking giant Citicorp and on April 7, 1998.   The merger was one of the largest mergers in financial history (Wikipedia, 2010).
Citigroup Financial Network has an excellent workplace environment to discuss Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessment.   Citigroup encourages and motivates employee job performance in the workplace environment; this allows the employees continually improving his or her work abilities.   This will allow the new employee to acquire feelings of professional accomplishment and become content with the workplace environment.   The workplace is not “business as usual” in the 21st century, it is no longer valid, and will not again for many years into the future.   To accommodate new technology reorganization is constantly changing in the fast-paced culture that exists.   In addition, employees come and go; an organization has to have the assessment of goals prepared continually to achieve an encouraging workplace environment.
Job Redesign and Workplace Rewards Assessments is an essential tool that is used to motivate employees in the workplace.   Motivational theorist Edwin Tolman and Kurt Lewin portray the individual as goal-seeking organism (Reeve, 2001).   According to Lewin, individual goal seeking is a need and psychological demand (Reeve, 2001).   The determination of the individual sets the goal that will be accomplished....