Randstad News Release (05/07/12)
A new study from Randstad revealed that U.S. workers are feeling more secure in their jobs and less likely to make sacrifices to keep their jobs as they see a more promising future on the horizon. Approximately 75% of U.S. workers feel secure in their jobs and 54% expect the job market to pick up this year.
“Employees are indicating greater job security, which is a good sign for companies. As employees regain their job confidence, there is a real opportunity for employers to re-engage their work forces to maximize and improve performance, productivity, and output,” says Joanie Ruge, senior vice president and chief employment analyst for Randstad Holding U.S.
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