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# In the effort to fire a Civil Service employee, his or her

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In the effort to fire a Civil Service employee, his or her manager may have to spend up to \$100,000 of tax money. Since Civil Service employees know how hard it is to fire them, they tend to loaf. This explains in large part why the government is so inefficient.
It can be properly inferred on the basis of the statements above that the author believes which of the following?
I. Too much job security can have a negative influence on workers.
II. More government workers should be fired.
III. Most government workers are Civil Service employees.
(A) I only
(B) I and III only
(C) II only
(D) I, II, and III
(E) III only

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28 Jan 2008, 08:45
I'm going with A.

The author believes that job security might have negative impact on quality -> I is correct
II is incorrect - employees should not be fired, that should work better and they will if job security is taken away
III is incorrect - it was just an example of government inefficiency.

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28 Jan 2008, 10:52
maratikus wrote:
I'm going with A.

The author believes that job security might have negative impact on quality -> I is correct
II is incorrect - employees should not be fired, that should work better and they will if job security is taken away
III is incorrect - it was just an example of government inefficiency.

OA is A indeed

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# In the effort to fire a Civil Service employee, his or her

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