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Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory and Relationships

Have you ever come across the Two-Factor theory in your academic. The two-factor theory is developed by Herzberg in 1959 and is widely used in management field and psychological field. 1,621 more words


"Nem éreztem az impact-et.."

A címben foglalt mondatot rengetegszer hallottam és mondtam már jómagam is. Ahogy a generációm kezd felnőni, kezdi elfoglalni a helyét a munkaerőpiacon, egyre több helyről jön ez a visszajelzés. 777 more words


Sign the Employers’ Pledge or take a leaf out of someone’s book

It is most reassuring to see the employer’s pledge on an association’s website:

“In … (year), the …  (organisation) signed the Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP)

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What should I look for in a job?

I start my class on HR and OB asking my students what success looks like to them. Invariably many will say “happiness”. Now then, what makes you happy in your career. 730 more words


Trust Creates Motivation

When managers use the word “motivate” as a verb, it is as if motivation is something they can “do to” the workers. This approach shows a lack of understanding of what motivation truly is and where it comes from. 348 more words

Enabling Actions

You Think You are SO Smart

Guest blog post by Dr. William A. Sommers…

I recently read a book by Karen Phelan, I’m Sorry I broke Your Company. I wish the consultants I have worked with over the years would apologize. 505 more words

Drive - the secret of motivation

I saw the video, then read the book. Drive by Daniel Pink is fascinating.

He takes us back to the work of Harlow (more famous for his surrogate monkey mother experiments), McGregor’s “ 225 more words