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Work design overview

Good work design can improve productivity, staff retention, commitment and job satisfaction. Learn more about the key elements of work design using the SMART work design model. This module explains each area of the SMART (Stimulating, Mastery, Agency, Relational. Tolerable) work design model, and shares ideas for SMART work design in hybrid environments.


This content has been adapted from content created by Prof. Sharon Parker, Curtin University with permission.

Part of the Mentally healthy policy and practice series.

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