Wan Fauziah Wan Yusoff, Tan Shen Kian and Mohammad Talha Mohamed Idris
This paper review the conventional setting of Herzberg Two-Factors Theory and compare with current research finding that implemented the theory. This paper discuss findings from various countries and industries have found contrariwise with the theory, where Extrinsic Factors that should only turn up with job dissatisfactions or neutralize feelings towards jobs have indeed effected respondents’ job satisfactions. The conclusion has presented a motion to combine the two groups of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors as one set of determinants. The remodelling of Two-Factors Theory should be used to determine employees’ job satisfaction factors in order to maximize their job performance.