Background and Aim: Job rotation is one of the management policies in human resource management. If these policies are done with proper planning, they can impress job satisfaction and job burnout of the employees. Present survey has been conducted in order to find relationship between job rotation with job satisfaction and job burnout.
Materials and Methods: A descriptive analytical methodology was used in 2013. The statistical community included all personnel with job rotation at the deputy of development in Tehran University of Medical Sciences (n=200). A researcher-constructed questionnaire was used to collect data. The data was analyzed by SPSS.
Results: The mean job rotation and job burnout among men were more than women. A direct and significant relationship exists between job rotation and job burnout among the women. Job rotation and job burnout were inversely and significantly correlated.
Conclusion: Job rotation can have influence on increasing employees’ incentives and satisfactions and reduce Job burnout. Thus, the managers need to create an environment which contributes to knowledge transactions within an organizational framework together with promotion of encouraging their mentalities and with designing a good incentive system for teamwork, through the movement of workers in different occupations.