staff are second most insecure in the world about their jobs.
new survey covering 24 countries, shows the only country where staff are more
insecure, is South Korea.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development survey shows 46 per cent
of Korean workers are unsure of their jobs, even if they are performing well,
compared with 41 per cent in the UK.
Japan the figure is 38 per cent, for the US, Australia and France 37 per cent,
in Denmark 20 per cent and in Norway 17 per cent.
TUC says the research shows that domestic factors such as the economic cycle
and employment regulation play a bigger role in job security than
general secretary John Monks, says the report "exploded myths" about
myth is that it makes jobs insecure in developed countries, or that insecurity
is a price that must be paid for economic growth.
are big differences between comparable countries, and this can only be due to
differences in employment rights, culture and comparative economic
performance," he said.