Studies have shown that employees' sense of job insecurity can impact their health, sense of well-being and attitude toward their jobs. A study by WFHN suggests that employee job insecurity is linked to manager job insecurity, indicating that context could serve as a predictor of perceived job insecurity. The study. by lead author Jack Lam and his WFHN colleagues Kimberly Fox, Wen Fan, Phyllis Moen, Erin Kelly, Leslie Hammer, and Ellen Kossek, is published in The Sociological Quarterly.
March 18, 2015