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≪Organizer Abstract≫
This symposium consists of five papers presenting job insecurity research from the Greater China and an European country, including Mainland China(A/Prof. Chang-qin Lu, organizer), Hong Kong (Prof. Oi-ling Siu, discussant), Taiwan (Prof. Luo Lu, discussant), and the Netherlands (Mr.Hai-jiang Wang). The papers present critical researches addressing key discussions within job insecurity literature which advance theory, research and methodology, such as subjective and objective job insecurity, its impacts on employees' creativity and family life, some key moderators, etc.. Paper 1 examines the influence of job insecurity on employees' creativity, and the role of work engagement. Paper 2 extends the line of research on "sickness presenteeism", and found the moderation of job insecurity. Paper 3 investigates the relationships between job insecurity and performance. Paper 4 examines the relationships between job insecurity, employability, and work well-being. Paper 5 assesses the impacts of objective job insecurity (temporary employment) on work and family domains.

The Relationships between Job Insecurity and Employee's work well-being: The Moderating Effects of Employability

[Speaker] Lu, Chang-qin:1
[Co-author] Xiaomin, Xu:1, Hou, Yu-mei:1, Li, Fei:1
1:Department of Psychology, Peking University (China (People's Republic of China))

The influence of job insecurity on employee creativity: The role of work engagement

[Speaker] Siu, Oi-ling:1
[Co-author] Roll, Lara C:1
1:Lingnan University (Hong Kong)

Job insecurity and employee task performance and OCB: The moderating role of organizational justice

[Speaker] Wang, Haijiang:1
[Co-author] Lu, Changqin:2
1:Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands), 2:Peking University (China (People's Republic of China))

The impacts of employment contracts on employees' work and family lives: An exploratory study

[Speaker] Duan, Yan:1
[Co-author] Siu, Oi-ling:2, Lu, Chang-qin:1
1:Department of psychology, Peking University (China (People's Republic of China)), 2:Department of Applied Psychology, Lingnan University (Hong Kong)

The impact of job insecurity on the relationships between sickness presenteeism and work outcomes

[Speaker] Lu, Luo:1
[Co-author] Chou, Chun-yi:1
1:National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

[Discussant] Siu, Oi-ling:1
1:Lingnan University (Hong Kong)

[Discussant] Lu, Luo:1
1:National Taiwan University (Taiwan)

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