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Debbie’s Dilemma HCA 340 Sandra Foster Instructor: Eric Oestmann October 12, 2015
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Use Herzberg’s two factor theory to explain Debbie’s level of motivation. As per Herzberg two variable hypothesis "two issues assume an imperative part in the work environment experience: cleanliness elements and motivational components" (Fischer and Baack, 2013). Cleanliness variables contain compensation, hours, working conditions and associations with chiefs. Motivational components comprise of accomplishments, acknowledgment, genuine work or occupation, obligation, and the chance for progression or development, and associations with companions. Herzberg states that a man is either fulfilled and driven or unfulfilled and unmotivated. Sadly for Debbie her present level of inspiration is low. This is on account of when Debbie was initially contracted she was advised to accept a supervisory part over the other two attendants. Debbie was given higher rank in light of the degree she held, and as a result of this the two medical attendants have constantly regarded her as a companion or subordinate. To finish it off she later discovered that she was just making three dollars more than the two LPN's, and additionally needing to finish double the measure of work.
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