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Anonymous February 1, at Hey, here is an idea, go get an education! This thread just solidifies what I already suspected, unions are for the weak, lazy, crybabies that just want handouts. Anonymous April 29, at 3: I have worked both union and non-union jobs. The union job had better pay, benefits, time off, etc.
An education is fine. So I guess according to you anyone who flips burgers and works construction are undeserving of a fair wage and deserve bad treatment. You sir are an ass. And are why this country is going down hill. Did you know that companies like Walmart who are anti-union here in the states have unions in other countries like Germany.
They are very happy with their jobs. I bet you never have been in a union to see the benefits. And if you have than I believe you need your sanity checked.
Anonymous March 10, at The lowest they can pay? This process happens until workers are generally paid what they are worth, which is how the median income is far ahead of the minimum wage. To say that workers are the sole source of revenue would also mean they are the sole source of failure.
Anonymous October 22, at The company I work for are one of the biggest in the world and are notoriously anti union. Anonymous November 22, at 7: Now with the way things are, and how difficult it is to get another job, I work the best I can, while one guy barely does the job, wastes time etc.
And no one can do anything about it. Irritating as all hell. Anonymous November 22, at Unions DO pay per performance. To bunch all union work under one umbrella just shows a closed mind. Union contractors have the luxury of a large workforce base of well trained craftsmen who can walk on to a job site and perform at a profesional level on their first day.
They also have at their disposal, an endless wealth of resources. You can bet one of them has had the same challenge. To say that unions protect the lazy is BS. I have seen a lot of guys come and go. Some situations where performance, some relations based and none had a thing to do with sinority.
To say all unions are bad for buisness is to say that all buisness men sleep with their secretaries. Anonymous November 6, at 1: I am not proud of this. My union does protect lazy workers and workers with real bad attitudes.
They fight, they bitch, and they whine. They take unpaid leaves for over year and think nothing of it.If you have ever read my blog you know that I am no fan of unions.
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If you have ever read my blog you know that I am no fan of unions. They may have had their place in the past but not in today’s world. I have mentioned in my blogs on EFCA (Employee Free Choice Act) that unions cost a company. I LIKE WAL-MART, but I do have to agree with you especially with CUSTOMER SERVICE being a large part of my background.
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