A Theoretical Framework On The Literature

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A theoretical framework on the literature The rapid growth in recent years of collective bargaining in the public sector has stimulated considerable interest in the consequences of public sector unionization. In particular, debate over the desirability of unionization, collective bargaining, and the right to strike of public employees is often accompanied by untested assertions regarding the pay for municipalities that are unionized against those that are non-unionized. Given this back drop this body of literature will undoubtedly help bolster the findings of this research. It will also help to provide an empirical analysis of the role of unionism in public sector, by simultaneously examining writing of scholars who have study its differences in unionized and nonunionized employment both in government and private sectors. Aydogan, (2012) said favoritism is basically just what it sounds like; it 's favoring a person not because he or she is doing the best job but, rather because of some extraneous feature-membership in a favored group, such as union. It can be demonstrated in hiring, honoring, or awarding contracts, which is the same idea as patronage; for instance, giving public service jobs to those who may have helped elect the person that has the power of appointment. This practice, Campolieti, Gomez, & Gunderson,(2013) argues has always received complaint in government service, for example in 2002, a survey from the federal government 's Office of Personnel Management
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