What is it about?
Organizations require employees to do more with less because the market is hyper-competitive and the economic condition is unpredictable, particularly under the influence of Covid-19. This study explores whether and how job insecurity influences employees' financial well-being and work satisfaction.
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Why is it important?
Our findings show that job insecurity negatively and significantly influenced employees' personal financial well-being whereas employees' personal financial well-being positively and significantly influenced work satisfaction directly and directly through employees' family financial well-being. Additionally, our study contributes to the well-being literature by expanding financial well-being to include personal and family aspects which are more pronounced in collectivistic societies.
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This page is a summary of: The Effects of Job Insecurity on Employees’ Financial Well-Being and Work Satisfaction Among Chinese Pink-Collar Workers, SAGE Open, October 2020, SAGE Publications, DOI: 10.1177/2158244020982993.
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