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Herzberg ’ s Two-Factor Theory 1 Herzberg ’ s Two-Factor Theory of Job Satisfaction : An Integrative

@inproceedings{Stello2011HerzbergS,
  title={Herzberg ’ s Two-Factor Theory 1 Herzberg ’ s Two-Factor Theory of Job Satisfaction : An Integrative},
  author={Christina M. Stello},
  year={2011}
}
Herzberg published the two-factor theory of work motivation in 1959. The theory was highly controversial at the time it was published, claims to be the most replicated study in this area, and provided the foundation for numerous other theories and frameworks in human resource development (Herzberg, 1987). The theory states that job satisfaction and dissatisfaction are affected by two different sets of factors. Therefore, satisfaction and dissatisfaction cannot be measured on the same continuum… Expand
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