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Technology Law Labor Business Psychology Human Interest Management Expectancy theory Motivation Goal setting Social psychology Behavior Experimental psychology Cognition Human behavior Need Equity theory
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Technology Law Labor Business Psychology Human Interest Management Expectancy theory Motivation Goal setting Social psychology Behavior Experimental psychology Cognition Human behavior Need Equity theory
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Globalisation, information technology, corporate restructuring and other related issues have altered the employment environment. These changes have undermined levels of trust and commitment required to energise employees to perform. The change in supervision methods, with less direct supervision to monitor employee behaviour and performance. The change in generation, with the new generation bringing different experiences and expectations to the workplace. Needs are the deficiencies that energise or trigger behaviours to satisfy those needs, whilst drives are instinctive tendencies to seek certain goals or maintain internal stability. Maslow's needs hierarchy called for a more holistic, humanistic and positive approach to human motivation research. Maslow's needs hierarchy is an arrangement of needs into a hierarchy in which people are m...
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