Special Issue on European Perspectives on Job Insecurity
In the current global recession where increase of unemployment levels has been widespread, the publication of this special issue on contemporary job insecurity is timely. The bulk of research on this topic in the past focused on the definition of job insecurity and attempted to unravel its potential consequences. This special issue offers deeper insight into the issue, increasing our understanding of factors that may be affected by job insecurity, extending the list of possible outcomes, exploring new theoretical frameworks and considering experiences of recovery.
Title: Special issue on European perspectives on job insecurity
From: Economic And Industrial Democracy May 2010, Volume 31, No. 2
Tags: buffer variable, conservation of resources theory, employability, employee health, exit, in-role behaviour, job exhaustion, job insecurity, job performance, job security, loyalty, mental health, moderation analysis, moderator, need for closure, need for recovery, neglect, organizational citizenship behaviour, organizational communication, organizational participation, quality of working life, recovery experiences, threat of job loss, voice, work engagement