JOB SECURITY LEGISLATION AND JOB DURATION : EVIDENCE FROM THE U .

@inproceedings{Marinescu2009JOBSL,
  title={JOB SECURITY LEGISLATION AND JOB DURATION : EVIDENCE FROM THE U .},
  author={Ioana Andreea Marinescu},
  year={2009}
}
Even in countries with high average job security, workers with low tenure typically enjoy very limited job protection. This article analyzes the impact of such a feature on job duration. It uses a 1999 British reform that increased job security for workers with one to two years of tenure. The firing hazard for these workers decreased by 26% relative to the hazard for workers with two to four years of tenure. The firing hazard for workers with zero to one year of tenure also decreased by 19… CONTINUE READING

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