Precarious employment doesn’t produce engaged workers
There’s something apropos about MacMaster researchers preparing a study on precarious employment among millennials.
Large, increasingly profit-driven universities have long been at the forefront of precarious contract employment through the widespread use of sessionals and other contracted instructors.
Hopefully, further studies will reveal the simple truth that companies don’t produce engaged, loyal workers who can think outside of the box by keeping their employees in a state of insecurity and fear. Rufus Hickok, Hamilton