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According to Herzberg, when a hygiene factor is not fulfilled, employees will become dissatisfied. true or false?
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According to Herzberg, a sense of achievement, earned recognition, and interest in the work itself were all: a)hygiene factors. b)consistent with his Theory X approach to motivation. c)important motivators. d)ways for employees to meet their social needs.
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