posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 11:06 AM
Originally posted by thisguyrighthere
I feel bad for the employees who just want to work their shift and earn the wage.
The Union and the Union bosses may want one thing but I doubt all the employees are on board.
Who the hell would throw away long term good jobs for so many people over the chance to temporarily bump your pay now?
Hostess is hardly a sweat shop.
This is where Unions get their bad reputations.
This is where people bitch about "all the good jobs going overseas" but no one wants to take responsibility.
No unions, unfair to the worker. Heavy handed unions, unfair to the Biz and will sink it. There has to be a mix in the middle that works. But unions
still should have some control over the figure heads that are lobbying for them.
I have no sympathy for people who lost their jobs because of circumstances like this. And it's the crap mentality of "I'm calling the labor
board." which turns into, "I'm calling the union."
Far too many people I worked with over the years refused to just suck it up and do their job. While hurting the company they were working for.
And people wonder why they are considered expendable...