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Task 2 Motivation If you asked ten different people you would properly get ten different answers. Starting at the most basic level, we all need food, shelter, water, warmth and clothing. To provide these we need money, and to earn money we have to go to work. One I have achieved these basic needs; we then begin to have other needs for working. Many people need to feel safe and secure at work, they want to know they have a job that will pay a regular wage that offers them a safe working environment and a job that is secure. Some people still look for a job for life, but this is increasingly unrealistic these days. ...read more.

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So, although people want different things from work, they can be put into the general categories: Basic physical needs, Safety needs, Social needs, Self esteem needs, self fulfilment needs. Maslows Hierarchy The American psychologist Abraham Maslow developed a model of human needs to show people are motivated to work. This model is called a Hierarchy because it starts with basic needs at the bottom and climes to the higher needs at the top. Maslow believed that people start at the bottom of the hierarchy of needs and, as they achieved the first level such as food and shelter, it is no longer as important and they then want to move on the next level. It is also true, however if low level needs cannot be met the high level need are no longer important. ...read more.

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7. What were the benefits you gained from your current employer?......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8. What were the training opportunities offered by your current employer?......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... The majority of the people who were asked said they enjoy their work most of the time. The majority of the people asked were males. The majority of people asked were aged 40-49. The majority of people asked said respect and acknowledgement were most important at there work. That tells us that most of our results will be based around males and middle aged people and that they chose respect and acknowledgment shows that these people are getting job satisfaction as pay is not the most important thing in there workplace. And the majority of them said they enjoy work most of the time. ?? ?? ?? ?? Navdeeep khera 10M ...read more.

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