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Hertz Hurts - Cope's Scorched Earth Policy.

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Hertz Hurts - Cope's Scorched Earth Policy.

Postby NC » Thu Feb 25, 2010 9:01 am

Nasty full page ad in the Vancouver Sun today.

It's too big so I can't scan it or anything. Basically the Canadian Union of Professional Employees (COPE) Local 378 is trying to destroy Hetrz Car Rental at Vancouver International airport by directing all its customers to other rental agencies because Hertz is trying to cut down on overtime.

I blows my mind that they can claim Hertz is making it "hard to get by on part time" then in the very same page, sending Hertz customers to the competition - effectively destroying the jobs.

"Just go over to one of the other rental counters, show them your Hertz rate and see if they can beat it". I smell a decert app coming at Hertz, COPE knows it and now wants to kill the business because COPE is not going to get any dues from them.

Page A11 of the Vancouver Sun.


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