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Strong Motivational Factors Can Overcome Demotivating Factors
Bassam Saffah Al-Sahan, HR Consultant, Saudi Arabia, Member
Deeply felt internal motivational factors can overcome demotivating factors. Such positive internal motivational factors could be a strong belief of cause or a smart direction of the organization. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Can Strong Motivational Factors Overcome Demotivating Factors?
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
  I can see your point. However Herzberg would probably argue that TYPICAL HYGIENE FACTORS cause dissatisfaction, even if there are strong motivational factors.
For example, if the salary (a hygiene factor) is too low, it will not help much to give a lot of recognition for achievements. Perhaps it could make the person cynical.

   
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