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The Relationship Perils of Job Loss: Rebranding Work and Workers

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The Relationship Perils of Job Loss: Rebranding Work and Workers

Post by DesperateInRI on Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:02 pm

In addition to jobs lost due to recession, automation, outsourcing and off-shoring, there is a seismic shift in the relationships where we work -- weakening the tie between company and employee. For example, physical separation grows as those working from home jumped 41 percent in the past decade. The use of contract labor has exploded in recent decades. Temp jobs have skyrocketed from 185,000 workers per day in the late 1970s to three million a day by the year 2000. This decline in relationship infrastructure follows a larger pattern: less marriage, more divorce, more single-parent families, greater numbers living alone, the demise of extended families, fewer close friends, weaker communities, shorter work tenures and less loyal customers.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-hall/unemployment-and-relationships-_b_2815480.html?utm_hp_ref=unemployment

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Re: The Relationship Perils of Job Loss: Rebranding Work and Workers

Post by jmainframe on Mon Mar 11, 2013 1:26 pm

Boy, does this hit home! This article explains a lot of what's going on.

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Re: The Relationship Perils of Job Loss: Rebranding Work and Workers

Post by beretta1071@gmail.com on Sat Mar 16, 2013 12:34 am

This is so right, being unemployed is major loss in one's life which cannot be underestimated. It can cause damage to other relationships also, it is a devastating blow to the whole family. It is like throwing a rock in a pond, the waves keep going out for a while affecting everything else.


This needs to be talked about more, the ramifications of being unemployed

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