Herzberg found that the factors causing job satisfaction (and presumably motivation) were different from those causing job dissatisfaction he developed the motivation-hygiene theory to explain these results. Job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction according to fredrick herzberg’s motivation-hygiene theory (also called the two-factor theory), you can love and hate your job at the same timeyou can be a doctor who loves healing and solving puzzles, and you can hate doing charts or working with a particular administrator or colleague. This article aims to review herzberg’s two-factor theory to employee motivation in today’s enterprises the main purpose of this article is to point out the motivator-hygiene factors that have a significant impact on the overall level of employee job.
(2) what are the greatest predictors of job satisfaction (3) and can herzberg’s duality theory of motivators and hygiene factors be veriﬁed. The two-factor theory (also known as herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory and dual-factor theory) states that there are certain factors in the workplace that cause job satisfaction, while a separate set of factors cause dissatisfaction.
Herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory, also known as the two-factor theory, has received widespread attention as having a practical approach toward motivating employees.
Technical details name(s): two factor theory, also known as, herzberg's motivation theory, herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory, motivation-hygiene theory, and the dual structure theory author: professor frederick irving herzberg classification: hedonic or pleasure motivational theories year: 1959 pro's the theory is supported with considerable empirical data and is included in other. Motivation-hygiene theory herzberg's findings revealed that certain characteristics of a job are consistently related to job satisfaction, while different factors are associated with job dissatisfaction another common criticism is the fact that the theory assumes a strong correlation between job satisfaction and productivity herzberg's.
This lesson describes frederick herzberg's two-factor theory, which is based on the idea of how hygiene factors and satisfiers or motivators are used to provide satisfaction to employees in work.