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ABSTRACT. The analysis presented in this paper contributes to research on the impact that job insecurity and employability have on health and psychological well-being, the processes through which perceived job insecurity influences both mental and physical health, and the moderating function of the manifest and latent benefits of work in the link between job insecurity and mental health. This paper seeks to fill a gap in the current literature by examining the adverse effect of job insecurity on workers’ well-being and health, the relationship between job insecurity, employability, and well-being, and the intra-individual mechanisms through which job insecurity influences mental and physical health over time. The findings of this study have implications for the components instrumental in workers’ perceptions of job insecurity, the character of persons’ concerns regarding losing their jobs, and the impact of job insecurity on subjective well-being and various measures of individual health. pp. 175–181
JEL codes: J28; J64; P36

Keywords: perceived job insecurity; health; psychosocial well-being

How to cite: Nica, Elvira, Cristina Manole, and Roxana Briscariu (2016), “The Detrimental Consequences of Perceived Job Insecurity on Health and Psychological Well-being,” Psychosociological Issues in Human Resource Management 4(1): 175–181.

Received 8 January 2016 • Received in revised form 17 April 2016
Accepted 18 April 2016 • Available online 15 May 2016

doi:10.22381/PIHRM4120169

ELVIRA NICA
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Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies
at AAER, New York;
Bucharest University of Economic Studies
CRISTINA MANOLE
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Bucharest University of Economic Studies
ROXANA BRISCARIU
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Bucharest University of Economic Studies

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