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Comparing the Herzberg’s Theory and Job Characteristics Model

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Describe the factors that lead to job satisfaction  and can be aligned with job characteristics.

 

Herzberg’s theory provides that some certain elements in the workstation cause work satisfaction, whereas other elements cause dissatisfaction. Herzberg theorized that work satisfaction and work dissatisfaction perform independently of the other. Job Characteristics Model is founded on the hypothesis that works can be aimed at helping workers draw enjoyment from their works and also helping workers appreciate as they do valuable and meaningful work. Many workers desire the extra responsibility and challenge associated with executing enhanced jobs although others might not. The moderators branded in the work characteristics model impact on how workers react to enhanced jobs. Thus, managers ought to ponder on the moderators when endeavoring to enhance jobs (Lazaroiu, 2015).

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