- Employee layoffs â€“ during a recession companies stop hiring and then slowly start their lay-offs, initially the C players are cut, then as the recession takes hold, under-utilized resources and over paid resources and finally entire departments and companies are released.
- Staff Stasis â€“ with lack of jobs and lay-offs, people stop looking for work and with a fear of unemployment, they tolerate much more to keep their pay check. The result is employees do whatever it takes to keep working.
- Contractor Convert to Full time â€“ a slower economy produces less project work thus creates less work for contractors. These workers react in a predicable manor by taking full time positions at lower pay.
- Under-employment expands â€“ with higher unemployment; people take any work to pay bills. Often taking positions they are over-qualified for, outside their career path and most likely at much lower salaries than they earned at their previous position.
|Inadequate Career Opportunity||
|Inadequate Professional Development||
|Insufficient Job Security||
|Impact on Health or Stress Level||