Is Job Insecurity Making Employees Sick?

Open communication is the key

Gone are the days when the average worker spent their entire career at one or two companies. Instead, Forrester Research, a market research firm, predicts that new college graduates will hold between 12 and 15 different jobs across their careers. This new reality can lead to job insecurity. 

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Jared Valdron
Jared Valdron is an organizational psychology researcher at the University of Waterloo. He has expertise in unconscious bias, job insecurity and performance management, and has a passion for people-related data.
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