Document Type : Primary Research paper
Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Shri Krishnaswamy College for women, Chennai
Job security, frequently measured by means of the perceived risk of job losses in the near future, is great clarity of job satisfaction. We say job security has an impact on employment Satisfaction is not just a job of how it is possible for an employee to lose a job, but how likely it is that the employee can get another one. The effect on the satisfaction of the job at that time is different depending on the apparent loss of employment arises (or not) when job openings are unusual at any time job opportunities abound. We use a different analysis of variance from 1997 and 2008 waves from the National Study of the Changing Workforce to show that there are three steps to job security increases the satisfaction of private workers 'jobs, and reduces employees' inducements to resign, more so when job openings are moderately comparable to job vacancies. We find that our consequences are strongest among less educated workers.