Job insecurity, a lingering effect of the recession, may make workers less likely to participate in programs aimed at achieving a better work-life balance, according to a University of Illinois study. Co-author T. Brad Harris said feelings of job insecurity can hurt employee well-being but if they also prevent workers from participating in programs to improve well-being it creates a "vicious cycle."
Job insecurity may affect employee wellness program participation
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