Herzberg's two factor theory

Herzbergs two factor theory,

Definition of Herzbergs two factor theory:

  1. Concept that employee satisfaction is related to factors which motivate, and factors which cause dissatisfaction (hygiene factors). Proposed in 1950s by the US psychologist Frederick Herzberg (1923-2000). Also called two factor theory of motivation.

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