Is Lack of Of Challenge a Hygiene Factor?

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Is Lack of Of Challenge a Hygiene Factor?
D P Deshpande, CxO / Board, India, Member
What challenges an employee at any phase in his life is the motivator.
Sometimes, earning more money is seen as a challenge by an employee, depending on his experience and urge to cross a social strata or a barrier.
Sometimes money just works as a hygiene factor.
But the absence of a challenge in work life or personal life and the inability to see a chalenge can be great demotivators.
 

 
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