How many hats is too many?
At a point, an employee can become less efficient and effective if they are wearing too many hats (job responsibilities in different fields of work and study). Like Industrial maintenance personnel, commonly known as jack of all trades, master of none. A maintenance person is often required to be the mechanic, the electrician, the welder, the millwright, the PLC tech, the reliability engineer, etc. etc. How does a company figure out where the limits are for each individual, where the company's ROI is greatest, where it drops off due to employee being required to do the job of several employees? What are your thoughts on this subject?