Hygiene and Motivation Factors for Employee Engagement
Employee engagement has been linked with almost every aspect of management in some or other form. Although there are not enough evidences to support a direct relationship between them but several factors show that they are indirectly connected with each other. In the same way, the hygiene and motivation factors have also been associated with employee management. In fact, they have proven to be dependable and unswerving predictors of the level of involvement and engagement of employees towards their jobs.
Motivation factors are intrinsic conditions that influence the level of employee engagement. They have the ability to satisfy ones own psychological needs including sense of achievement, personal and professional growth, proficiency and status in the organization. The psychological fulfillment at any stage of an individuals career plays a vital role in determining his or her involvements and commitment towards their work as well as the organization.
Hygienic factors, on the other hand, are considered the extrinsic conditions that motivate employees to perform their best and feel committed towards their work. The factors such as working conditions, organizational culture, remuneration, perks and benefits, job security and relationship with colleagues and subordinates and immediate supervisors play an important role and make them stay within the organization and grow with it.
- Zinger Model of Employee Engagement
- Affect on Financial Performance
- Hewitt Employee Engagement Measure
- Role in Change Management
- Role in Organization Success
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