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Most of the findings are taken for granted today. Social skills within the context of work are as important today as they were eight decades ago. Also, within the context of business complexity and increasing Globalisation, the Hawthorne Experiments remind us that employees are human beings and they have needs and expectations. The study of the groups leading to the study of teams as we know today owes its origins to the Hawthorne Experiments. The Hawthorne Experiments drew our attention to the nature of the informal groups, and more importantly to the formation of group norms and the influence of these norms on human behaviour.
Fulfilment of sexual desires comes under the category of physiological needs. Love involves affectionate relationships with other people. If we consider situations of expatriates and immigrants, we will observe that groups of immigrants and expatriates form their own communities in ‘foreign’ countries to satisfy security needs but also, most importantly, ‘belonging needs’. They form their own clubs, their own neighbourhoods and so on. Esteem needs These needs relate to the need to feel good about ones self.
In other words absenteeism increased. These people were willing to lose some of their income and instead enjoy leisure time. In this situation he could not see what he was doing wrong. He subsequently found out that some of his staff had the concept of ‘target income’ that is, once they received what they needed to maintain their families, they did not want to earn any more. In certain tribal sub-cultures this target income phenomenon existed. It is very important, therefore, to understand the national cultural and individual differences before going all speed to apply Maslow’s hierarchy.