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Comment: Re:empowerment 20% of the time. (Score 5, Informative) 281

by An. (Coward) (#26848929) Attached to: How To Encourage Workers To Suggest Innovation?

A guy named Frederick Hertzberg suggested that employees are motivated by a hierarchy of needs.

They start at the very low levels: Physical Environment, Salary, Job Security, Status, etc.

Then they proceed to higher levels. Recognition is actually the second highest motivator, and it certainly is a motivator for some. But Google is actually a good example of Hertzberg's highest motivator which is achievement: people are motivated by the work itself. Self-actualization.

That was Abraham Maslow.

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