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Langerak, J.B. (author), Koen, J. (author), van Hooft, E.A.J. (author)
Across the world, the share of temporary employment is increasing. At the same time, we know that temporary workers experience relatively high levels of job insecurity and that job insecurity is detrimental to mental and physical health and work performance. In this study, we look for ways in which temporary workers can minimize the negative...
article 2022
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van Vuuren, T. (author), de Jong, J.P. (author), Smulders, P.G.W. (author)
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to test the relationship between subjective job insecurity and self-rated job performance, and to assess how this association is different across different employment groups. Design/methodology/approach: The authors used a data set owned by TNO and Statistics Netherlands of more than 89,000 Dutch workers and...
article 2020
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Wagenaar, A.F. (author), Kompier, M.A.J. (author), Houtman, I.L.D. (author), van den Bossche, S.N.J. (author), Taris, T.W. (author)
OBJECTIVE:: The healthy worker effect implies that healthy workers go "up" in employment status whereas less healthy workers go "down" into precarious temporary employment or unemployment. These hypotheses were tested during an economic recession, by predicting various upward and downward contract trajectories, based on workers' health status,...
article 2012
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Klandermans, B. (author), Klein Hesselink, J. (author), van Vuuren, T. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
The article argues that job insecurity has subjective aspects that are not determined by the objective levels of security of someone's employment status. These subjective aspects can be divided into two elements: the perceived probability and the perceived severity of job loss. The psychological consequences of job insecurity supposedly vary as...
article 2010
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