Maslow, interests, needs, meaning in life, dreams, significant moments
One of the often forgotten elements in the employee/workplace services is the individual. This does not suggest that there has not been a focus on this topic historically, but the amount of emphasis that it has received and should receive should be far more. The other aspect is that even if the employee has been addressed sometimes there is a very simplistic approach to develop a greater understanding. Employees are very complex subject just as the organization. This subject can be studied from a number of perspectives. The perspective that was adopted for this essay has been one that has been used in a number of settings, a Maslow theory. The primary focus of Maslow’s the individual and this theory was modified to include an extended perspective. Really, Maslow is only beginning to the development of a basic understanding of the individual from their interests to their life’s dreams.
Cavins, Bryan; Lee, Bob D.; and Groves, David L.
"Employee/Work Place Services: The Individual,"
Visions in Leisure and Business: Vol. 25:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/visions/vol25/iss1/5
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