With the ongoing raseringen of the employment services is yet another sell-off of public activity, a fact. Happiest of all, in addition to the former ruling coalition parties had agreed and The sweden democrats, the employers ' organisations the confederation of Swedish Enterprise and Almega. Their member companies, who received the mission to basically solely responsible for the match, and equip the unemployed, will annually rake in additional miljardintäkter.
The private aspects of the provision of the works has been evident for a long time. The business world carries 60% of the match, which, according to arbetsmarknadsutredningen. There are probably few that know after that jobbcoacherna and etableringslotsarna disappeared.
in Spite of this have a billion dollar industry has evolved, where the cost of services which the public employment service purchases by private operators amounts to 5-6 billion per year, compared to eight billion, with all authority costs. And Eva Uddén Sonnegård, previously moderate, secretary of state and the architect behind privatiseringsreformen during the Reinfeldt government, believes that the privatisation is already sufficient.
there has never been enough. Through many years of lobbying, they have tried to dismantle the public employment service. It has built on to defame the authority and demonstrating the failures.
the top people in the confederation of Swedish Enterprise and Almega has spared no resources. Two of their reports from 2010 and 2013 was as late as last year when they proved to contain false information.
The liberal advocate and professor Lars Calmfors conclusion in the Fores report the Future of employment is that the full-scale privatisation is likely to go awry. He advocates instead a system where the public employment service and the private operators, in competition, where the top performers get a larger share of the market.
is of the same opinion. Research shows that the cost is liable to increase and the results become worse with privatisation.
the Business community has rejected the recommendations, based on research that is industry funded. Foresrapporten is an example. The industry believes, nevertheless, that the unemployed do not receive sufficient assistance, but the business conduct makes it very clear that the confederation of Swedish Enterprise and Almega do not care about the unemployed.
They care not likely that rural areas will be drained on government jobs and the vulnerable of the unemployed help from the advisers when 4,500 employees redundant and 132 offices are being closed because parts of the Swedish countryside, the lack of a market for the business community to engage in job placement.
But as I said, it immediately is not the business that only cares about the miljardtillskott an expansion of the private market means for them.