publication . Article . 2011

Darbuotojų motyvavimas smulkaus ir vidutinio verslo įmonėse darbo jėgos intensyvios emigracijos kontekste

Almonaitienė, Junona;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011 Journal: Socialiniai mokslai, volume 2,011, issue 2 (72), pages 7-15 (issn: 1392-0758, Copyright policy)
Abstract
An assumption is made in the article that incomplete motivating of employees by neglecting non-material incentives may be important reasons of workforce emigration, in addition to economic factors. An investigation of the situation concerning the fulfilment of Herzberg’s two kinds of factors (hygiene and motivating) in six Lithuanian small and medium business enterprises was conducted in order to test the assumption. The results from 159 employees questionnaires showed that hygiene factors are better met in the enterprises than motivating factors (Z= - 8,658, p=0,000). It was also found that opinions concerning hygiene and motivating factors differ significantly...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Human resource management ; Work motivation ; Herzberg’s two-factor model ; Small and medium business organizations ; Workforce migration factors
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