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can someone help me with some information on each one of this.

Employee Receives Either Rewards or Punishments
Employee Identifies Need
Employee searches for ways to satisfy these needs
Employee Reassess Need Deficiencies
Employee Performs
Employee Selects Goal-directed Behaviors

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