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MAN 101 Presentation 3 - Maslow's Hierarchy of needs Theory...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/7/09 Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs Theory of motivation by Abraham Maslow  has five levels of needs to meet their unmet  needs. The base of hierarchy is the  physiological needs, then safety, social,  esteem, and finally self-actualization needs.
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 5/7/09 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
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 5/7/09 First level Physiological  The basic human  needs are food,  shelter, and clothing  for themselves and  their families. (Supporting themselves  and their families)
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 5/7/09 Second level SC Johnson ensure their  employees with their no- layoff policy to let them  know that they won’t get  laid off. Safety Needs The need to feel safe  from physical harm, job  securities, and work  hazards.
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Third level Building a bond between  the manager and the  employee and  befriending other  employees. Social Needs
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course MAN 101 taught by Professor N/a during the Fall '07 term at Bay State.

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MAN 101 Presentation 3 - Maslow's Hierarchy of needs Theory...

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