Higher aspirations only grow from strong roots

Bower, David
August 1996
People Management;08/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 16, p19
Opinion. Sympathizes with Ewart Wooldridge's article about a debate on the so-called `psychological contract' between employees and employers. Author's opinion on the Maslow's hierarchy of needs mentioned in the article; What the organizations can do to create a positive attitude to work; Motor industries that pioneered `lifetime employment' contracts to assure employee commitment.


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