Besides that point, the cons seem to outweigh this one simple benefit. Firing officials is bad, but we voted on a president that we thought would make the best choices.
The only argument going for this particular hiring scheme would be that as long as the workers views went along with those of leadership, their job will most likely be secure. The company government and the appointed employees have the tools to keep themselves happy and working, it's Joe Public that has to ride out the storm on the faith that, regardless of who is in power, the people in charge will keep business going no matter how bumpy the ride gets.
Yes, the system was bad at the time, but in modern society, I don't think it is a valid argument to make. The spoils system doesn't affect now. That is what I am here to talk about; the pros and cons of a human resource management system that depends on political patronage as a hiring rule.
Con -The Spoils System led abuses of political power designed to benefit and enrich the ruling party -Appointments to office were based on the needs of the party, rather than a person's qualifications or skills to do the job -Jackson fired many of his federal workers and replaced them with less experienced supporters Pro Hello Sir