The interest in job satisfaction is related to its importance for increasing the effectiveness of organizations. High job satisfaction leads to increased income. Factors contributing to job satisfaction can be attributed to different levels of labor activity. One of the most interesting theories in this regard is the two-factor theory of F. Herzberg. According to this theory, there are two categories of factors - hygiene factors and motivators, of which motivators (high-level factors) are considered as the main mechanisms of job satisfaction and lead to the desired success of the organization. More efforts to satisfy them contribute to the development of relations between employees at a high level, which helps to increase the opportunities for stable functioning of the organization in the future. Therefore, organizations should not spare funds for satisfying high motives of employees.
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