4 julio 2018
From supply needs to the creation of projects which were unthinkable before, with iT’s Tissue 2018 we have built the tissue of tomorrow together Abraham Maslow’s pyramid-shaped diagram indicating the 5 most fundamental human needs dates back to 1954. At the base of the pyramid are physiological needs; at the top is so-called self-actualization.
Corporate welfare is making headway as an asset for ensuring the workplace is a pleasant place to be where ideas can blossom. To confer true added value to technology, knowhow, tradition and productivity, corporate culture must be enriched by leaders capable of motivating and supporting people, generating pride and a sense of belonging. Like
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