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Petition Rules Extremely Important

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Petition Rules Extremely Important

Postby Admin1 » Fri Sep 23, 2005 10:27 pm

I know I have posted this before somewhere but god knows where.
1. The petition must be guarded with your life. Do not let it out of your sight for a moment. Sleep with it, eat with it, and take it to the bathroom with you. Don’t use it as TP if you run out.
2.When someone signs the petition, all other names must be covered. Don’t let anyone see the names on the petition.
3.Do not let managers see, touch, feel or smell the petition.
4.Do not let anyone from Telus help you.
5.Do not use Telus email, photocopiers, printer or anything.
6.Don’t talk to managers at all about the petition this is very important.
7.Do not collect signatures on Telus time. Lunch and Breaks is okay but the person signing can not be on Telus time. Try and stick mainly to before and after work.
8.Try and collect donations (for a lawyer) with every signature. My family will donate a hundred dollars to start.
9. The people who sign must be BU members.
This is all I can come up with so far anyone else have some rules to add.
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Postby Phoenix66 » Sat Sep 24, 2005 5:26 pm

just checking.. so we cant just put it on a bulletin board where employees can sign on their time?.. damn.. but ok



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Postby Admin1 » Sat Sep 24, 2005 5:51 pm

I was just doing some research and talking to a friend who knows the labour Laws pretty good and he was saying that with every signature we may also have to provide a letter from that employee. More work but if we draft maybe one letter we may be able just have them sign it and hand that in. Right now also we are looking at hiring three lawyers one in Edmonton, one Calgary and one in BC. So we definetly need donations.




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