The effects of self-esteem and personal control on the relationship between job insecurity and psychological well-being

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Christopher Orpen
Cite this article:  Orpen, C. (1994). The effects of self-esteem and personal control on the relationship between job insecurity and psychological well-being. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 22(1), 53-56.


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129 employees of an Australian manufacturer completed measures of job insecurity, self-esteem, personal control and psychological well-being. Using hierarchical regression analysis, it was shown that the personal attributes of self-esteem and personal control moderated the impact of job insecurity on psychological wellbeing, as predicted, with low self-esteem and external control employees being significantly more adversely affected by insecurity than their high self-esteem and internal control counterparts.

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