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    Hierarchy of Needs, ERG Theory, and Two-Factor Theory

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    Describe and contrast the hierarchy of needs, ERG theory, and two-factor theory.

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    Mazlow's hierarchy of needs is a theory that is based on the assumption that if humans have their needs fulfilled at a certain level their new needs at the next level with motivate them to continue to move up the hierarchy. In Mazlow's work, the basic needs are physiological, food, air, water, sleep. The next level is security such as work and safe shelter. The hierarchy builds up several more levels, social, esteem and self actualizing. In the social there is a need for friends, companionship, and community, in the esteem a need for self awareness and liking, and in ...

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    The solution determines the hierarchy of needs, ERG theory and two-factor theory.

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