One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The state of having a job that is secure and from which one is unlikely to be dismissed.‘these short-term contracts offer workers little or no job security’
- ‘If you're looking for job security and not necessarily a specific job, go to a region that has a diverse economy.’
- ‘Someone employed as a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer enjoyed almost complete job security.’
- ‘Why has the unfair dismissal and redundancy legislation not provided job security in the way that some had hoped?’
- ‘Of those surveyed, 32.2% were very concerned about job security.’
- ‘Employees mention the years they have been with the company and its financial well being and growth as indicators of job security.’
- ‘Many organizations have given their core workers greater job security, with defined career opportunities.’
- ‘Being in an organization for any length of time provides a level of comfort, job security, and, sometimes, complacency.’
- ‘The union, which is seeking guarantees on job security and above inflation pay rises, has threatened a series of warning strikes if no deal is done on Thursday.’
- ‘That's how you become more competitive, sell more products, increase profits, and ultimately improve job security.’
- ‘Who wanted to labor for a soul-deadening company that couldn't even offer job security?’
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