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|Title:||Job insecurity and its outcomes: Moderating effects of work-based and nonwork-based social support|
|Source:||Lim, V.K.G. (1996). Job insecurity and its outcomes: Moderating effects of work-based and nonwork-based social support. Human Relations 49 (2) : 171-194. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||The moderating effects of work-based support on the relationship between job insecurity and several work-related outcomes, namely (i) job dissatisfaction, (ii) proactive job search, (iii) noncompliant job behaviors; and nonwork based support on the relationship between job insecurity and a nonwork-related outcome, (iv) life dissatisfaction, were examined. Data were gathered through a mail survey to MBA graduates of a large northeastern university in the U.S. The findings of this study suggested that support derived from others at the workplace can contribute significantly in buffering individuals against job dissatisfaction, proactive job search, and noncompliant job behaviors when their job security is at stake. Equally important is support provided by family and friends which may buffer individuals against negative outcomes such as life dissatisfaction associated with job insecurity. Implications of the study are discussed.|
|Source Title:||Human Relations|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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