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Perception of job insecurity results in lower use of workplace programs

Efforts to increase the use of workplace support programs for employees may be hindered by the impression that doing so undermines job security, a new study suggests. A new study examined the relationship between job insecurity and employees? use of workplace support programs. It also studied work and nonwork ?boundary permeance? as well as the mediating roles of those responses on work-life conflict and emotional exhaustion.
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