What are the 10 ways that jobs in the private sector far better for the individual and the economy
than civil service jobs?
Civil service jobs are oftentimes a waste of tax monies. Many jobs that civil servants perform are totally redundant and unncessary. Furthermore, many jobs that civil servants perform can be done more economically in the private sector. The civil service system also diminish job incentives among its employees because of the strong union system. Most civil service jobs are totally unncessary.
Well, I guess you can pick yourself as the best answer. Why did you bother to solicit outside ideas?
2) More Growth Opportunities
3) Performance Linked Incentive
4) Zero -Tolerance for lethargy
5) Job Rotation
6) More disciplined working style
7) Motivated work environment
8) Good work culture
9) More responsibility is given to employees because of decentralisation of power.
These are few ways in which private jobs are better than govt. jobs.
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