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  1. 1. Maslows hierarchy of needs is a theory in psychology, proposed by AbrahamMaslow in his 1943 paper "A Theory of Human Motivation".[
  2. 2. Man is a wanting being, i.e. his wants are growing continuously even when some wants aresatisfied. Human needs are of varied and diversified nature.They can be arranged in a hierarchy of importance progressing from a lower to a higher order ofneeds.Needs have a definite hierarchy of importance. As soon as needs on a lower level are fulfilled,those on the next level will emerge and demand satisfaction.This suggests that bread (food) is essential and is a primary need of every individual. Accordingto Maslow, "Man lives by bread alone when there is no bread.“However, he feels the other needs when his physiological needs are fulfilled. In brief, bread isimportant but man does not live by bread alone. There are other needs (security / safety, social,esteem and self actualisation which influence behavior of people (employees) to work. This isthe basic feature of Maslows need hierarchy. Attention to all human needs is essential formotivation of employees. Attention to the provision of bread alone is not adequate formotivating employees. Bread can act as motivating factor when there is no bread but when it isavailable, its use as motivator comes to an end. Here, other motivators (e.g. security of job,social status, etc.) will have to be introduced for motivating employees. Attention to otherneeds such as security needs, social needs, esteem needs and self actualisation needs is equallyimportant and essential for the motivation of different categories of employees. Maslow, in histheory, has referred to different needs and suggested that attention needs to be given to allsuch needs as attention to physiological needs alone is not adequate for motivating employees.According to Maslow, "Man does not live by bread alone". This conclusion of Maslow is apractical reality and needs to be given adequate attention while motivating employees.A satisfied need does not act as a motivator.
  3. 3. Scientists study the effects that drugs have on the brain and on peoples behavior.They use this information to develop programs for preventing drug abuse and forhelping people recover from addiction. Further research helps transfer these ideasinto practice in our communities. The consequences of drug abuse are vast and varied and affect people of all ages.
  4. 4. Consumption of Intoxicating Drinks and Drugs:An employee of the Corporation shall:1.strictly abide by any law relating to intoxicating drinks or drugs in force in any areas inwhich he may happen to be for the time being;2.not be under the influence of any intoxicating drink or drug during the course of his dutyand shall also take due care that the performance of his duties at any time is not affected in any way by the influence of such drink or drug;3.refrain from consuming any intoxicating drink or drug in a public place;4.not appear in a public place in a state of intoxication ;5.not use any intoxicating drink or drug to excessExplanation: For the purpose of this rule, public place means any place or premises to which thepublic have or are permitted to have access, whether on payment or otherwise.
  5. 5. Sexual Harassmentincludes unwelcome sexually enacted behaviour (whetherdirectly or by implication) with regard to any other employeeat the work place such as:a) Physical contact and/or advances;1. a demand or request for sexual favour; sexually colouredremarks;2. showing pornography;d) any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbalconduct of sexual nature.