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Compensation and Benefits: Reward-behavior relationship mode

Lyman Porter and Edward Lawler developed a theoretical model that has been one of the most widely used models to analyze the reward-behavior relationship. Describe this model and compare it with Herzberg and Maslow's theories on motivation. Include examples and highlight key differences between them. Do not simply use verbatim data in the textbook but include in your own words which of these has the most meaning to you personally. Why?

Porter and Lawler's model is Actual implementation in ...

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Compensation and Benefits
Lyman Porter and Edward Lawler developed a theoretical model that has been one of the most widely used models to analyze the reward-behavior relationship. Describe this model and compare it with Herzberg and Maslow's theories on motivation. Include examples and highlight key differences between them. Do not simply use verbatim data in the textbook but include in your own words which of these has the most meaning to you personally. Why?

Porter and Lawler's model is Actual implementation in an appointment is principally governed by efforts put out. It also states that it is moved by the person's capableness to do the occupation, and by that person's acuity of what the required tasks or task is. It also hypothesizes that execution is the choice factor that causes ...

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Lyman Porter and Edward Lawler developed a theoretical model that has been one of the most widely used models to analyze the reward-behavior relationship. Describe this model and compare it with Herzberg and Maslow's theories on motivation. Include examples and highlight key differences between them. Do not simply use verbatim data in the textbook but include in your own words which of these has the most meaning to you personally. Why? This is answered

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