Logic Of The Day: 19/06/2017.
According to the Herzberg's theory, it emphasizes that while salary is enough to avoid dissatisfaction, it is not necessarily enough to propel employees to increase their productivity and achievement.
In fact, the output of employees whose motivation comes solely from salary and benefits tend to decline over time. To increase employees efficiency and work quality, managers must turn to understanding and responding to individuals internal and external motivations.
External motivation include work environment Cramped Cubicle V Airy Open Office. Internal Motivation; Boredom with Performing the same task over and over V Excitement at being given a wide variety of project types.