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Talk here about issues with unions or companies in the Telecommunications sector.
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Postby alec » Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:56 pm

Oh pleeeeaaaaasssssseee Strike. Pleeeaaaaassssseeeee. I promise i'll be good. I've lost wieght. I promise I won't eat too much. I Know that I will be crossing the picket line and I don't even care about the dues being taken off my paycheck for the TWU. Plleeeaaasssee! Pretty pleaaaasssseee! You can even try to fine me like last time. I don't mind. but please! please Please!

You guys are soooo mean :cry:


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Postby NC » Sat Aug 07, 2010 6:06 pm

Wimpole, you're of the mind that those are not "rights"?

The USA, all of Europe, Australia, New Zealand all have rights for employees to refuse to pay dues and to opt out of unioons. How did they manage to dodge turnng into "sweatshops"?


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Postby wimpole1 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:49 am

Pardon? You don't think "Right to Work" read "Right to Starve" states /county's/boroughs etc...don't exist in every country? That is amazing!



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Postby green1 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:12 pm

so if the only possible way to not die of starvation is to be unionized... care to explain why all of the people making the most money in the world are NOT unionized? or how the standard of living is HIGHER in european countries where mandatory unionization is illegal than it is here where the unions have their way?

Unions USED to fight for workers rights... 100 years ago. now they only fight for worker's paycheques.

As for "sweatshops" the LAW protects us from that, not unions.




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