Maslow's hierarchy of needs

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Maslow's hierarchy of needs

 
see need.
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This phenomenon can be understood easily by studying the Maslow Hierarchy of Needs.
According to the theory of Maslow Hierarchy of Needs, most of the time an individual's motivation will hover around the lower 4 layer in the hierarchy which is called the layers of deficiency needs [15].
This group of people is those who hovered in the bottom 3 layers of Maslow Hierarchy of Needs (Physiological Needs, Safety Needs and Love/Belonging Needs).
The group of people who is at the top layer of the Deficiency Needs of Maslow Hierarchy of Needs (Esteem Layer) was challenge greatly during organization transformation process
Most people at the top layer of Maslow Hierarchy of Needs will choose to exit the organization.
Basic needs first others later (Abraham Maslow hierarchy of needs).
The Maslow hierarchy of needs puts self-actualization at the top of the pyramid, as the need to be pursued when all others are met.