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Section Reference: Acquired Needs Theory1.92.All of the following statements describe hygiene factors in the two-factor theory EXCEPT:a) hygiene factors are associated with the job context or work setting.b) hygiene factors are sources of job dissatisfaction.c) hygiene factors involve the work setting or the environment in which people work.d) improving hygiene factors will prevent people from being dissatisfied.e) improving hygiene factors will make people satisfied with their work.Ans: e
Bloom’s: ComprehensionLevel: DifficultLearning Objective 2: Discuss what we can learn from the hierarchy of needs theory,ERG Theory, Acquired Needs Theory, and Two-Factor Theory.Section Reference: Two-Factor Theory1.93.In the two-factor theory of motivation, __________ are associated with the job context, such as working conditions, interpersonal relations, organizational policies, and salary.
Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: DifficultLearning Objective 2: Discuss what we can learn from the hierarchy of needs theory,ERG Theory, Acquired Needs Theory, and Two-Factor Theory.Section Reference: Two-Factor Theory1.94.According to the two-factor theory of motivation, all of the following are sources of job dissatisfaction EXCEPT:
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Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: MediumLearning Objective 2: Discuss what we can learn from the hierarchy of needs theory,ERG Theory, Acquired Needs Theory, and Two-Factor Theory.Section Reference: Two-Factor Theory1.95.According to the two-factor theory of motivation, all of the following are sources of job satisfaction EXCEPT:
Bloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: MediumLearning Objective 2: Discuss what we can learn from the hierarchy of needs theory,ERG Theory, Acquired Needs Theory, and Two-Factor Theory.Section Reference: Two-Factor Theory1.96.Which of the following statements accurately describes Herzberg’s hygiene factors?a) Hygiene factors include achievement and recognition.b) Hygiene factors refer to job content.c) Hygiene factors do not prevent job dissatisfaction from occurring.d) Hygiene factors contribute to job satisfaction.e) Hygiene factors include working conditions, interpersonal relations, organizational policies, and salary.Ans: eBloom’s: KnowledgeLevel: DifficultLearning Objective 2: Discuss what we can learn from the hierarchy of needs theory,ERG Theory, Acquired Needs Theory, and Two-Factor Theory.Section Reference: Two-Factor Theory

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