Ted was dissatisfied with his job. he said that the company policy, supervision, and working conditions were responsible for his dissatisfaction. according to frederick herzberg's theory, are the extrinsic factors that create job dissatisfaction.
b. hygiene factors
c. affiliation factors
d. wellness factors
e. achievement factors
b. a service to automatically transfer funds from a linked account to cover purchases, prevent returned checks and declines items when you don't have enough money in your checking account at the time of the transaction.
because we have better technology and training options < 3
(c ) improvements in worker health from better nutrition
robert fogel, an economic historian, and noble prize winner for economics, is best known for suggesting that a significant factor in long-run economic growth is improvements in worker's health from better nutrition, he was of the opinion that malnourished workers cannot perform manual labor, because they don't have the strength and stamina, and this will affect productivity. he believed that as nutrition improve, so will worker's productivity.