Workers feel less threatened by layoffs
- Nervy UK secures top spot in world insecurity league. // Personnel Today;11/18/2003, p4
Great Britain workers are the most uncertain when it comes to job security, according to a new worldwide poll. Job confidence in Great Britain has dropped to a new low in the past eight months, and has made British workers the most nervous in the world. The RightCoutts Global Career Confidence...
- DO YOU LOVE YOUR BOSS? // Business News New Jersey;08/29/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 35, p3
Reports that New Jersey workers are happy with their jobs and bosses in 2000. Results of a study done by Kandall Park's National Research for Gibbs College; Level of job security; Reasons for leaving current jobs.
- Loose change. // Fortune;12/8/2003, Vol. 148 Issue 12, p231
This article reports that irate French champagne workers seized over $300 million worth of champagne and threatened to pour it out if the company they worked for did not secure their jobs.
- Down-sized and Out Baby Boomers: Is That All There Is? McMullen, Dorothy A. // Pennsylvania CPA Journal;Spring2001, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p24
Provides tips for employee adjustment to a changing workplace. Decrease in job security; Impact of workplace changes on middle-aged managers; Survival strategies for laid off employees or forced to take an early retirement; Engagement in entrepreneurial business; Importance of financial and...
- Survey: Workers remain nervous about employment. // Chicago Citizen - Chatham Southeast Edition;9/8/2010, Vol. 45 Issue 24, p4
The article reports on the anticipation of U.S. workers regarding their job security and the status of the economy based from the survey conducted by jobs website SnagAJob.com.
- Study reveals that people on zero hours contracts feel excluded. // Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;5/12/2014, Issue 111, p4
The article highlights a research finding from the Asymptomatic Carotid Atherosclerosis Study (ACAS) which indicated that workers on a zero-hours contract felt excluded from security, fairness, and trusts associated than those of permanent contracts of employment.
- Satisfied workers worry anyway. Francis, David R. // Christian Science Monitor;9/8/98, Vol. 90 Issue 199, p14
Examines research done by political economist Carl Van Horn on the attitudes of people from the United States about their jobs. Percentage of people who are worried about job security; The overall satisfaction that employees seem to have about their jobs; The role that most employees feel the...
- Pessimistic job outlook, but only for 'the other guy' // NACD Directorship;Oct2002, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p19
Provides information on the results of the Right Management Consultants interview survey in the U.S. in 2002. Number of workers who think it will be difficult for laid-off workers to find comparable employment; Views of workers on prospects of holding their own jobs; Suggestion of workers on...
- People Are Like That. Lison, J. C. // Saturday Evening Post;3/13/1954, Vol. 226 Issue 37, p91
The article discusses the findings of a survey that has been conducted in order to generate information regarding the preferred demands for working people. The survey was concerned if working people preferred higher wages or job securities. Based from the data gathered from 1100 representative...