Job security: how to boost your team’s confidence in the future – and why work stability matters

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How secure we feel in our jobs has a huge impact on how happy we are at work and how long we’ll stay there. With so much riding on the income we make from our jobs – food and shelter among them – no one looks forward to the day they’re told they no longer have a job. But did you know only 20% of workers feel truly secure in their jobs1?

When job security is lacking, it can be challenging for people to give their best at work and soon leads them to start looking for more stable employment. A one-foot-out-the-door mentality and high staff turnover can create tough times for companies, as they struggle to retain talented employees, battle flagging team morale, and waste time and money hiring and training new staff..

If you're looking to improve the sense of job security within your company or to enhance your own career stability, we're here to help. We'll explain what job security means and why it's important for employees and employers. Plus, we'll share tips on how to use personalized coaching and other strategies to create more job security and confidence in the future.

Let's dive right in!

Table of contents
What impacts job security?
What is job security?
What advantages does job security offer to employers and employees?
5 ways job security benefits employers
5 signs of an unstable work environment
How to decide when to leave vs when to stay in an unstable work environment
How to handle an unstable workplace
3 ways to improve job security in your business
How can employers build a healthy work culture?
How can employees contribute to a stable work environment?
What career trends are likely to impact job security in the future?

What impacts job security?

Many factors impact job security across the globe, however, there are five common trends in today's job market:

1. Economic downturns

Downturns and recessions usually lead to job losses and layoffs. The tech industry is hit particularly hard when recession looms or hits, along with the automotive, banking, financial services, and e-commerce sectors. As well as laying off employees when economic uncertainty is in the air, many employers hesitate to hire new people. It goes without saying that current employees begin to worry about the security of their jobs when the economy slows down – it’s natural to wonder if a redundancy is on the horizon for them, and how they will cope financially if it does happen.

2. Political unrest

Thanks to globalization, when there’s a crisis in one part of the world it often has a wide-reaching ripple effect. The conflict between Ukraine and Russia, for example, resulted in nearly 5 million job losses and hard economic times in Ukraine, but also contributed to higher global commodity and energy prices2. In turn, this worsened food shortages and stoked inflation in many regions across the world. Little wonder many workers feel anxious about their job security during volatile times.

3. Rising cost of living

With the cost of living on the rise across the globe, more people are taking on second jobs and starting side hustles to supplement their income3. While this can provide financial relief for employees, it can present challenges for your organization. Some employees working in hybrid or remote roles even find a way to work two full-time jobs without your knowledge or permission. As you can imagine, this leads to decreased or poor performance and has the potential to impact business success.

4. Globalization and outsourcing

The gig economy has created new work opportunities for millions of people worldwide and has allowed businesses to grow beyond their home countries. However, it has also affected job security.

An increasing number of people are opting for short-term or freelance work instead of – or on top of – a regular 9-to-5 job. In fact, more than half the US population is expected to have engaged in gig work by 20274. Although the work provides flexibility and independence, it offers less stability than traditional jobs. Plus, when companies outsource these jobs, in-house employees may lose their jobs or have their roles altered.

5. Technological advancements

The world of work is changing fast. With the help of AI-powered tools like ChatGPT and Midjourney, we can get certain tasks done faster. However, there's a downside. Goldman Sachs economists predict the latest wave of AI technology could automate as many as 300 million full-time jobs worldwide5. This means many roles in the private and public sectors that were once seen as stable and secure now face the prospect of being replaced.

What is job security?

The definition of job security is simple. It means employees feel confident and assured about keeping their jobs longer. This eases anxiety and fears about the possibility of getting fired or laid off. Plus, it increases employee engagement, motivation, and productivity.

There is no absolute job security – layoffs and redundancies happen – but there are ways to tell if your job is secure for the time being.

Some key indicators of job security include a regular and consistent work schedule, long-term contracts, opportunities for career growth, and solid employee benefits.

What advantages does job security offer to employers and employees?

Having a sense of job security is important for both employers and employees as it allows them to plan for the foreseeable future and make important long-term decisions.

Employers can retain skilled workers and plan for large projects over an extended period of time. Likewise, employees can comfortably pay their bills, save for future expenses, and achieve financial stability.

The benefits of job security are endless. Let's explore more reasons why employers and employees value a high degree of job security.

5 ways job security benefits employers

1. Boosts employee retention

When employees feel secure in their jobs, they are more engaged and tend to stick around longer. This is great for you as an employer because you get to keep experienced staff who already know your company culture and how things work. Plus, you don't have to go through the hassle of constantly finding and training new people. This ultimately increases job performance and drives company growth.

2. Improves your company culture

The Society of Human Resource Management found that 90% of employees who rate their work culture as poor have considered quitting their jobs6. That's a lot! But a positive work culture promotes job security.

When private and government employees feel secure in their jobs, they are more likely to have a positive perception of the company and its work environment. This sense of security fosters a feeling of stability and trust, which contributes to a healthier and more supportive company culture.

3. Increases employee engagement and performance

According to Gallup, businesses with a higher employee engagement rating are 21% more profitable than their counterparts and highly engaged teams are 14% to 18% more productive7. Employee job security makes your team feel more confident in their roles and motivated to perform well. This ultimately leads to greater commitment and dedication to their work.

4. Promotes a solid reputation and brand image

When you provide job security to your employees, it shows that you value and care about them. This helps a company build a positive image in the market. People will see your company as reliable and trustworthy.

A good brand reputation also helps you attract talented workers and become a top choice for job seekers. People like to work for companies that treat employees well. This gives them some level of job security.

5. Promotes employee loyalty and commitment

Employee job security fosters a sense of loyalty and commitment among your team. When workers feel valued and secure in their positions, they are more likely to align themselves with the company's values, mission, and objectives. This cultivates a culture of loyalty and dedication, leading to higher employee satisfaction and engagement.

5 ways job security benefits employees

1. Promotes employee wellbeing

As an employee, job security provides you with a sense of stability and peace of mind. When employees are happy and engaged in their jobs, they don't have to worry about constantly searching for new employment opportunities. And they can plan for the future, make financial commitments, and establish healthy routines. That means less stress and fewer mental health issues related to job insecurity and uncertainty, and an overall better quality of life.

2. Increases productivity and overall job satisfaction

When you feel secure in your job, you experience less stress and worry about your employment status. This allows you to focus more on doing an excellent job at work.

Also, job security gives you a sense of stability and confidence in your future with the company. When you feel valued and supported by your employer, you are more likely to go the extra mile, take ownership of your responsibilities, and put in your best effort. This positive attitude leads to higher job satisfaction and increased productivity.

3. Drives career development and growth

Job security encourages employees to invest in their careers and focus on long-term personal and career goals. They are more likely to seek out opportunities for growth, take on challenging projects, and develop new skills. This not only contributes to their professional development and enhances their career prospects, it is also of benefit to their employers.

4. Creates opportunities for long-term planning

Job security lets people confidently plan for the future. They can set long-term goals, make investments, and pursue additional education or training knowing that their job is secure. This long-term planning mindset fosters personal and professional growth.

Also, having a steady income stream enables them to meet their financial obligations, support their family, and pursue their desired lifestyle. It also provides a sense of confidence and increases financial security.

5. Fulfills the psychological contract between you and your employer

Job security is an important part of the psychological contract between an employee and an employer. When someone starts a job, they don’t expect their employer to lay them off without reason. They expect to be rewarded for their efforts and, in return,  the employer expects them to work hard and contribute to company goals.

When the employer fulfills their own part of the contract, the employee is more likely to work hard enough to achieve company goals. In turn, the employer benefits from an employee’s hard work and will likely keep them around longer.

5 signs of an unstable work environment

Do you ever feel like something is off at work? Perhaps you're experiencing uncertainty or unpredictability. These may be signs of an unstable work environment. To determine if this is the case, keep an eye out for these five indicators.

1. Lack of alignment

When employees have different ideas of the company's vision and goals, it’s difficult to work together and achieve the desired outcomes. Everyone will work on different tasks, go in different directions, or even work against each other without realizing it. This creates misunderstandings and negatively impacts team performance.

2. Negative work culture

When a company has a negative culture, it’s challenging for people to get along with each other. Gossip and backstabbing becomes the norm, and conflict and tension can result. Plus, it creates such an uncomfortable and stressful workplace that many employees look to change jobs. Being unable to trust their coworkers or feeling like they’re always walking on eggshells are other signs of an unhealthy culture.

3. Lack of growth opportunities

Employees often feel stuck, frustrated, and dissatisfied when they don’t have opportunities to develop new skills or take on challenging tasks that help them grow professionally. If a worker doesn’t see any opportunities for advancement or growth in their current position, they can see it as a sign of instability. It's important to give employees room to grow and develop on their career path.

4. Lack of resources

If employees don't have the tools or resources they need to do their job, it can create a sense of instability and frustration. They may feel like they're unable to do their best work or that they're constantly falling behind.

5. Unpredictable work hours

If their schedule is constantly changing or they're expected to work long hours with little notice, it can create a sense of instability and make it difficult for an employee to plan their life outside of work. Plus, it leads to increased stress and fatigue. When they’re unsure about their work schedules, it’s harder to establish routines or maintain a healthy work-life balance.

Other signs of a hostile work environment include company financial concerns, lack of fulfillment, no recognition or reward system, consistent negative feedback, and poor communication.

If an employee finds themselves in such an unstable work environment, deciding whether to stay or leave can be a tough call. However, a stable and supportive work environment can have a significant impact on their happiness and success at work.

Below are some tips to help employees determine when it's time to leave or stay in a hostile work environment.

How to decide when to leave vs when to stay in an unstable work environment

1. Identify the cause of the instability

Before making any decisions, identify what's causing the instability. Is it a toxic boss? A negative work culture? A lack of resources or something else? Once you know the cause, you can better assess whether it's something to fix or if it's time to move on.

2. Evaluate the impact on your mental health

An unstable work environment takes a toll on your mental health. If you're feeling constantly stressed, anxious, or unhappy, you shouldn’t ignore these signs. Consider whether the job is worth sacrificing your mental health and wellbeing.

3. Look at the opportunities for growth and development

If there are opportunities for growth and development in the job, it might be worth sticking it out for a little longer. However, if you're not learning anything new and you feel stuck in your position, it might be time to move on.

4. Consider your financial situation

It's important to consider your financial situation before leaving a job. Do you have enough savings to support yourself if you don't have a job for a few months? Can you afford to take a lower paying job? Consider your financial situation before making any decisions.

5. Listen to your gut

Ultimately, the decision to stay or leave comes down to what feels right for you. If you feel like it's time to move on, trust your instincts. However, if you feel like things can improve and you're not ready to leave, that's okay too.

Overall, prioritize your mental health and wellbeing. If you're in an unstable work environment that's negatively impacting your life, it might be time to make a change. But if you choose to stay, we’ve outlined some tips to help you handle an unstable workplace.

How to handle an unstable workplace

1. Communicate openly

If there are issues that need to be addressed, try to communicate them openly and honestly with your team. Being transparent improves employee engagement. Plus, it helps to resolve conflicts, keep everyone aligned and create a stable work environment.

Also, try to stay calm and focused. It’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of an unstable workplace. However, you should take a few deep breaths and try to maintain a positive attitude.

2. Seek support

It's important to have a support system in place, whether that's a close friend or family member, a therapist, or a mentor. Talking through your concerns with someone you trust helps you gain perspective and feel more empowered to handle the situation.

Coaching is also a helpful tool for navigating an unstable work environment.

Here are different ways coaching can help:

  • Provide a safe space for you to talk about your work and how you feel about it
  • Understand what's happening and find ways to solve problems
  • Discover your strengths and values, which gives you a clear sense of direction
  • Make choices that match your values and goals
  • Develop a positive mindset, overcome self-doubt, set goals, create a plan for success, and keep you accountable all the way
  • Boosts your confidence level and resilience, which are important soft skills for an unpredictable work environment.

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3. Set boundaries

If your work environment negatively impacts your mental health or wellbeing, it's important to set boundaries to protect yourself. This might mean saying no to additional work or taking time off when needed.

4. Keep your options open

If you find yourself in a difficult work situation, it's always a good idea to explore your options. Keeping your resume up-to-date and staying alert to new job opportunities can help you find a better fit for your skills and interests.

Overall, prioritize your mental health and wellbeing. If the instability in your workplace is too much for you to handle, consider other employment options that offer greater stability and fulfillment. Don't be afraid to explore your options.

3 ways to improve job security in your business

1. Draft employer contracts that align with hiring laws

Well-drafted employment contracts outline the terms and conditions of employment. These contracts offer clarity to both employers and employees. They also reduce the likelihood of disputes, create a more secure working relationship, and achieve higher levels of job security

In terms of hiring laws, employers use different contract types. This includes permanent contracts, fixed-term contracts, and temporary contracts.

Permanent contracts provide the most job security for workers. They typically provide ongoing employment unless there is a valid reason for termination. Fixed-term contracts provide some level of job security for a specified period of time. However, the employer is not required to renew the contract once it expires. Temporary contracts offer the least amount of job security. They are typically used for short-term, seasonal, or freelance work.

You can use employment contracts and hiring laws to promote job security by doing these:

  • Clearly define job responsibilities, compensation, benefits, and termination procedures in employment contracts
  • Provide advance notice of termination and fair severance packages when necessary
  • Treat all employees equally and avoid discrimination based on factors like race, gender, age, or disability
  • Follow worker protection laws to ensure a safe and respectful work environment
  • Offer employees additional benefits and growth opportunities, such as training programs and flexible work arrangements.

These help to promote job security, create a sense of stability, and build a positive work environment for employees.

2. Provide regular feedback and performance evaluations

Regular feedback and evaluations help employees improve their career skills. It lets them ask questions and receive actionable feedback. Ultimately, it makes them more successful and secure in their jobs, career journeys, and daily life.

Here are some best practices to follow:

  • Set up a consistent schedule for feedback sessions with employees. You can make it quarterly, semi-annually, or annually
  • Offer specific, actionable feedback. Focus on both positive aspects of their performance and areas where improvement is needed
  • Be clear and specific about expectations and provide suggestions for improvement
  • Acknowledge and appreciate the employee's achievements and contributions
  • Reward employees for their achievements.

When employees see that their efforts are valued and acknowledged, they are more likely to feel secure in their positions. This can include financial incentives, promotions, or non-monetary recognition like praise and appreciation.

3. Invest in coaching

Coaching provides personalized support to help employees improve their performance in their personal and professional lives. Additionally, coaching helps employees gain confidence in their own abilities. In fact, 80% of those who receive coaching report increased self-confidence8. When employees are confident, they tend to perform better at work and feel more secure in their job.

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You'll receive a Team Culture Report that compares their motivations with those of their teammates.

The report provides valuable insights into the overall vibe and dynamics of your team. You can use these insights to foster a stable work environment and improve job security. Plus, our AI and human coaches provide ongoing support and accountability.

How can employers build a healthy work culture?

A healthy work culture creates a positive and supportive environment that encourages employees to work together as a cohesive team.

Here are some ways you can build a healthy work culture:

1. Communicate clearly and frequently

Open and honest communication is key to building a healthy work culture. You should communicate your vision, values, and expectations to employees and encourage honest communication among team members. It's also important to keep the lines of communication open, so employees can reach out to you easily.

2. Foster collaboration and teamwork

Encourage collaboration and teamwork among employees by providing opportunities for group projects, team-building exercises, and brainstorming sessions.

3. Recognize and reward good work

Recognize and reward employees for their hard work and accomplishments. This can include verbal recognition, bonuses, promotions, or other incentives.

4. Offer professional development opportunities

Providing opportunities for employees to learn new skills and grow in their career trajectories can improve job confidence, satisfaction, and loyalty.

5. Prioritize work-life balance

Encourage employees to take breaks and prioritize their mental and physical health. This includes flexible work hours, remote work options, affordable healthcare benefits, and paid time off.

6. Improve your company culture

The word ‘culture’ is often used loosely, leaving organizations unsure of how to improve their team dynamics.

F4S takes a different approach by analyzing each employee's work style and motivations in depth. Our culture map provides data-driven insights to help you make informed decisions about hiring, team management, workflows, and team building.

We offer expert recommendations to:

  • Understand your team's preferences
  • Identify specific gaps in motivations that may lead to conflict
  • Achieve goals more efficiently
  • Determine which motivations support or hinder your team's objectives

These insights help you optimize your team's performance and achieve set goals faster and more efficiently.

How can employees contribute to a stable work environment?

Employees can contribute to a stable work environment in many ways, including:

1. Become a team player

This means working well with others, helping out when needed, and being supportive of your colleagues.

2. Take ownership of tasks

To succeed in your work, it's important to take responsibility and be accountable for your actions. Always strive to do your best, and make sure to meet deadlines and be punctual.

3. Be respectful and adaptable

This means treating your colleagues and superiors with respect and kindness, even in difficult situations. Also, be open to change and willing to learn new skills and ways of doing things.

4. Communicate effectively

Effective communication is key, especially when working remotely, so aim to be clear and concise. Don't forget to actively listen and consider others' viewpoints.

5. Demonstrate leadership qualities

Showing leadership qualities also contribute to a stable work environment. Even if you're not in a management position, you should strive to develop leadership skills.

Take initiative. That means not waiting for someone else to tell you what to do. If you see a problem, come up with a solution and take action.

Be proactive too. Anticipate problems before they happen and take steps to prevent them. This could be as simple as double-checking your work to avoid mistakes or reaching out to a coworker who seems overwhelmed and offering to help.

Being a positive influence is another solid leadership trait. Become the kind of coworker that others enjoy working with. Show kindness, respect, and empathy towards your coworkers, and try to foster a positive and supportive work environment. It’s also helpful to identify your leadership style and develop it further with personalized coaching.

What career trends are likely to impact job security in the future?

There are several career trends that are likely to impact job security in the future. Some of these trends include:

  • Automation: many jobs that were previously done by humans will likely become automated – replaced by machines or algorithms
  • Gig economy: More people will choose to work as freelancers or independent contractors rather than in traditional full-time jobs
  • Remote work: more companies will allow employees to work from home
  • Skill gaps: As the nature of work changes, there is likely going to be a growing skills gap between the needs of employers and the skills of available workers.

Foster a positive work culture to increase job security

A positive work environment ensures job security and employee satisfaction. To achieve this, consider organizing team-building activities, implementing recognition programs, and offering growth opportunities. These promote a sense of belonging and encourage employees to invest in your company's success.

Also, invest in personal and professional coaching programs, as they help you manage your team effectively and increase employee engagement. That way, you’ll have staff who aren’t worried about losing their jobs but, instead, are focused on hitting company goals.

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