By Sunita Kikeri
Regardless of its value, hard work is likely one of the least addressed matters in privatization. the shortcoming of data at the employment impression of privatization has exacerbated the fears and matters of governments and staff alike. This paper examines the consequences of privatization on hard work and analyzes the mechanisms that governments can use to lessen the political and social expenditures of work restructuring in privatization, by means of drawing at the adventure of combined economies.
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