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They include such needs which indicate self-confidence, achievement, competence, knowledge and independence. At the same time, if an employee is well paid, Herzberg believed that a pay rise would not have a lasting motivational effect. Because of its ubiquitous nature, salary commonly shows up as a motivator as well as hygine.
Reported good feelings were generally associated with job satisfaction, whereas bad feeling with job dissatisfaction. It is this socialising and belongingness why individuals prefer to work in groups and especially older people go to work.
They blame failure on the external environment. High-need achievers have a strong desire for performance feedback. Once this need is met, the employee is then motivated to gain a sense of security.
Even job satisfaction is not measured on an overall basis. Stated simply, motivation is the driving force behind all people's actions. The concept of Employee Engagement has become very popular in recent times, whereby employees apply discretionary effort in their work, depending on certain factors being in place. People are inherently self-centered and indifferent to organisational needs and goals.
They enjoy their work more and experience less stress. He believes in the existence of a dual continuum. His ideas were adopted by Henry Ford and other industrialists who paid their factory workers according to the number of items produced. Meeting these needs requires more money and, hence, the individual is prompted to work more. In essence, he believed that once a given level of need is satisfied, it no longer serves to motivate man.
But also will motivate them to make ready to make more use of their potential in accomplishing organisational goals. People are capable of directing their own behaviour. He recommended employers treat their workers in a caring and humane fashion that demonstrates an interest in the individual in order to have them produce their best work.
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