Explain Herzberg's Two Factor Theory Of Maslow

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In Maslow’s Hierarchy, it shows us that a pyramid picture of different needs. In the pyramid, there are five different levels of needs. The first two lower levels are physiological needs and safety needs. Physiological needs is the most basic needs which need by a human beings for examples food, shelter and water. This physiological needs need by human beings in order to help them continue to survive. On the other hand, Safety needs is a person’s needs for security and protection from physical and emotional harm. These two needs also is called lower order needs which means it only useful and need by those non professional employees. The third level will be social needs which means a person needs for affection, belongings, acceptance and friendship.…show more content…
In Herzberg’ two factor theory, it has been differentiate into two factors which are motivators and hygiene factors. If a manager wants to use money effectively to motivate employees in their company, he should only apply it into employees which are in the hygiene factors. This is because money is somehow the other words call salary is a factor which include in hygiene factors. Without a proper salary to the employees every months, the employees would not work hard for the company because they feel dissatisfied to their job. The employees in hygiene factors are the people who always like to complain. Managers in a company will need to fulfill their hygiene factors in order to prevent them keep on complain about their job. On the other hand, money would not be able to use effectively as a motivator to the employees in motivators factor. This is because people with a high need for achievement are only focus for their personal achievement rather than money.As being a smart manager in a company, he should know that money will only be use effectively to the people who are located in the hygiene

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