In his presupposition, Maslow pointed out that there are five basic needs that every human being is motivated to satisfy. They include physiological, security, 'belongingness', self-esteem, and self-actualization needs. He also pointed out satisfying these needs is sequential where the least needs are first met to allow for other higher needs to be met too. This theory applies in today's work setting in the sense that a new employee will be very concerned about their psychological needs as well as security needs at first. These needs include adequate salary and having a safe environment to work in. Failure to meet these two needs will push the employee to make their professional decisions based on compensation for work done and security needs until they are met. Once they are met, then, the employee begins to seek social acceptance from society and workmates. With each of these needs being the employees move up till he reaches the last need, to self-actualize themselves.