In this regard, Said Madani, an automotive industry expert, tells Automotive Reporter: "To be able to sustain an enterprise, a reasonable number of staff must be employed. "As a result, private sector economic activity should also have economic justification, which is one way of reducing costs."
"The government's job is to solve the employment problem,” he continues. We need to create the infrastructure that can work in another industry if a worker in the automotive sector becomes unemployed. Or get unemployment insurance fast. However, workers must also have job security. If there is job security, or at least security for unemployment insurance, there will be less resistance, and the government should develop and prosper all economic activity in the country so that no one in the community is unemployed. »
"The things that can be said can be negotiated with the private sector," the expert added. That seems to be the case now. For example, the Privatization Organization places conditions that, for example, for up to two to three years, there should be no adjustment of force so that the minimum internal resistance of the collections is actually broken and that internal resistance does not occur in this private story. So the buyer needs to get the necessary guarantees and a roadmap. "
"It is certainly not the case for the government to say to the private sector that you bought it here and we are leaving it to God,” Madani adds. Certainly, the government has its own oversight of large businesses. But these are not controls of the manager's choice, but those of the sexes in which those systems must be controlled and controlled by the roadmap given by the automaker itself and approved by the government. "So we don't seem to be concerned about the issue of occupation in the privatization debate."
According to Khodkarkar, if the maintenance of human resources as a prerequisite for the outsourcing of automobile subsystems as well as the remainder of government shares in Iran Khodro and Saipa is contracted to the private sector, the number of clients seeking to buy shares may decline but it should not be forgotten that in the end Buyers who buy stocks have no choice but to cope with the financial consequences and challenges they face. One of these important consequences is the high financial cost for stock buyers.