Maslow - The social, esteem, and self-actualization needs...

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Maslow According to Maslow, individuals are motivated by unsatisfied needs. As each of these needs is significantly satisfied, it drives and forces the next need to emerge. Maslow grouped the five needs into two categories - Higher-order needs and Lower-order needs . The physiological and the safety needs constituted the lower-order needs. These lower-order needs are mainly satisfied externally.
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Unformatted text preview: The social, esteem, and self-actualization needs constituted the higher-order needs. These higher-order needs are generally satisfied internally, i.e., within an individual. Thus, we can conclude that during boom period, the employees lower-order needs are significantly met....
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