• Employee Engagement and Commitment – Since the organization works for personal as well as professional development of individual employees, the latter feels responsible towards the former. This results in self motivated employees that deliver their 100 percent to the organization. Moreover, the employees feel more attached to the organization and try their level best to make the organization a success. In other words the level of employee engagement or employee commitment in an organization increases (Maltin, E.R., 2010, pp 324).
• Employee Retention – Increased employee commitment results in more organizational productivity and therefore the organization rewards or appraises its star employees. Such a situation motivates the employees to work harder and remain associated with the organization.
The Maslow’s hierarchy of needs’ theory was proposed by Abraham Maslow. Through this theory he explained that humans get motivated to work harder and deliver their 100 percent to an assigned work when their basic five needs get fulfilled. He arranged these five basic human needs in form of a pyramid to explain their relevance as well as importance (from bottom to top). Proper employee development and management helps an organization to create this breed of motivated employees.