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Robert A. Iger

TSA, Bear, and H-1B visas: Letters

TSA, Bear, and H-1B visas: Letters

TSA and incentives The poor performance of Transportation Security Administration baggage checkers is inevitable for this repetitive-type job, whether it is done by a federal employee or a privatized one. Either way, on the actual security line, they will be the same low-wage individuals doing the same searching task for hours on end but with different managers. Those managers would most likely be ex-TSA employees. How does that change anything except which CEO gets wealthier? What is needed to make a difference in this type of setting is to create an incentive to make individuals more aware. For example, how much closer might workers search if they knew there would be fake FBI weapons...

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