This research aims at empirical analysis the effects on workers in the privatization process from a broad range of perspectives including employees, managers and representatives of labor union. Also of interest is the relationship between these variables and six measures of the effects on workers in the privatization process, such as gender, age, salary, level of education, level of position and years of experience.
The results had rejected our hypothesis (H1) of independence. It has noted that part of variables significant a relationship were observed on six measures of the effects of workers with these variables: gender, age, level of education, level of position, years of experience and salary.
Finally, the research suggests that the government, when implementing privatization policy, should consult the useful measures of industrialized countries and consider the effects on workers. Six useful strategies should be developed to enhance communication with workers and publicity, so as to adjust the resistance mentality of working for the implementation of the privatization policy.
Chen, Jung-chin, "The Effects on Workers in the Privatization Process in Taiwan A case study: An empirical analysis of privatizing SOEs" (2003). ICEB 2003 Proceedings. 38.