Analysis Of Herzberg Two Factory Theory Of Job Satisfaction Essay

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Chapter Overview
The theoretical framework for this study will be identified. The chapter will review prior research of the relevant literature regarding identifying and describing the differences between teleworkers and non-teleworkers. The literature review will identify factors affecting job satisfaction and performance. Also, the review will describe how workers’ performance is monitored and measured in federal agencies and identify how developing a specific proxy variable for the “methods of monitoring” is currently used. Lastly, the review of literature will discuss monitoring the perception of federal workers’ job satisfaction, and correlate the type of worker to job satisfaction. Previous research regarding job satisfaction has only focused monitoring or monitoring employee performance. Little or no research has been conducted focusing on job satisfaction; monitoring and monitoring the type of worker (i.e., teleworker or non-telework) performance (Golden, 2007).
Theoretical Framework
The theoretical framework for this study is Herzberg Two-factory theory of job satisfaction. According to Ahmed, Nawaz, Iqbal, Ali, Shaukat, and Usman (2010), Khan, Shahid, Nawab and Wali (2013) and C. Tillman, Smith, and W. Tillman (2010), Herzberg’s two-factor theory proposes there are several factors which result in job satisfaction and other factors that result in job dissatisfaction. Khan et al., (2013), states the opposite of satisfaction is no satisfaction and the opposite…

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