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4bc3 - coll barg

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Department
Commerce
Course Code
COMMERCE 4BC3
Professor
Philip Rose

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Reading 1 Public Sector Collective Bargainingin Canada public sector barg is highly unionized has extensive legal regulationfrequent shifts in govt policy conflicting w workplace culture that values job security1 After WWII Cndns welcomed govt intervention to reduce mjr fluctuations in the buss Cycleencourage high levels of employment 2 Modern welfare emergeduniversal health care public pensions social assistance 3 2006Cnd ranked below the avg of developed countries in terms of GDP higher than US or Japan but below Europe1980sgovts reduced the rolesize of govt to decrease deficitsstimulate the economy1990sall levels of govt restricted spending privatized enterprises airlines to telephone companies contracted out servicesservices in healthed Were reduced SizeScope of the PublicSector PSthe reversal in publicsector growth rates to reduce lbr costs was done by 1sale of govt assets privatize 2 contracting out 3reduction in level of public services 1 Privatization telephone companies social services Crown corps 2 Contracting out services garbage collection laundries food services snow removal 3 Decrease pu
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