Two Factors

16.04.2014
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Already author ADRIOLO, Leonardo (2008) tells that, the motivation nor always this related to the remuneration, therefore exists other necessities that are related to the satisfaction, the example cited for it is of Luke Pittard, that after to receive a prize from the lottery and to be millionaire, if felt tired not to have nothing to make, thus appearing to the necessity of returns to its old job in the McDonalds, for better understanding of this work, needs to not only analyze the theory of Maslow, but also of Herzberg with its theory of the two factors. Theory of the Two Factors: Freederick Herzberg (1959) developed the theory of the Two Factors of the Motivation, that identifies different factors as being basic in the satisfaction in the work, calls of Factors of Hygiene and Factors of Motivation. The excellent aspects of the work to the necessities of animal nature are called Hygienical factors. The important aspects of the work for the growth necessities are called factors Motivation. These two factors will be presented in pictures 3 and 4 where Herzberg concludes that the satisfaction and the insatisfao in the work were products of two types of different experiences.

Traditional InsatisfaoConcepo No-satisfaoFatores Satisfaction of motivation InsatisfaoFatores Satisfaction of No-insatisfao hygiene Picture 3: Conceptions of the satisfaction in the work. Source: SOUTO, Eduardo. Organizacional behavior: the impact of the emotions. Translation technique of Jean Pierre Marras. So Paulo: Cengafe Learning, 2009,151 P. Fatores of motivation (Sources of satisfaction in the work) Factors of hygiene (Sources of insatisfao in the work) Interest in the work Responsibility Recognition Accomplishment Advance and crescimentoCondies of work Politics of the company Supervision Fellow workers Wage I sanction and security in the job. Picture 4: Examples of motivation factors and hygiene Source: SOUTO, Eduardo. Organizacional behavior: the impact of the emotions. Translation technique of Jean Pierre Marras.

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