The second part of Hertzberg's' motivation theory involves what people actually do on the job. The motivators are achievement, recognition, growth and advancement and interest in the job.
Herzberg states that for maximum affect both these approaches must be done simultaneously. Within work design in a production system will involve treating people as best you can so they have a minimum of dissatisfaction. It will also involve using people so they get achievement, recognition for achievement, interest, and responsibility and they can grow and advance in their work.
The hygiene factors that will affect production and production workers are the company policies and administration, the method of supervision, the working conditions and the interpersonal relations of employees. The motivation factors according to Herzberg that will affect production and production workers are; the achievement of employees and the recognition for achievement. An employee's interest in the task, their responsibility for an enlarged task and their potential growth and advancement within a business. …show more content…
The first reason is to improve organizational performance by improving the performance of individual workers. The second reason is to recognize existing talent and to use that to fill vacancies higher in the organization or to transfer individuals into jobs where better use can be made of their abilities or developing skills. The third reason related to finance and that is to provide a method of linking payment to performance where there are no numerical