content theory

content theory
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content theory UK US noun [C] (plural content theories) (also content theory of motivation)
HR, MANAGEMENT a theory that tries to explain why employees behave in the way that they do: »

Content theories explain the specific factors that motivate people at work.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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