Currently, in addition to the 63% of workers who say they are completely satisfied with their job security
, another 27% are "somewhat" satisfied, leaving about one in 10 who are dissatisfied.
Earlier that day, the chairman said he will guarantee Kumho Tire's independent management, job security
and the right to collective bargaining.
In addition, previous researchers of job security
and work outcomes have mainly conducted studies in the West, limiting understanding of related phenomena in the context of Chinese culture.
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Unite said workers were demanding commitments on job security
in line with their counterparts in other EU countries, as well as improvements in their pension scheme.
Mike Learmond of the FSB: 'Job security
is also vital, there is no point paying high wages if the company then goes bust'
Accountant came out on top in a "conclusive" result, higher on job security
(7.57), training (6.92), salary in line with responsibility (6.53) and opportunities to progress (5.98) than all other professions.
The strike was initiated to protest the lack of job security
for workers, government contracts and low wages.
In Yorkshire, 20% of respondents to the survey revealed that their sense of job security
has got worse compared with 19% in the same period in 2012.
While in years past, job security
and pay topped the list of employee motivators, today's employees are more attracted to jobs where they can use utilize and grow their skill sets.
In terms of job security
and stability, 35 per cent claim to be happy, and 28 per cent claim to be neutral.
A study of 2000 British adults, conducted by Populus, found the biggest concerns were about job security
and the threat of redundancy.