|reply to tmc8080 |
What about MANGLEMENT??
The fact is that today you don't see many (if any) top executives EVER willing to personally SACRIFICE ANYTHING to "
lead their organizations by example.
Why are the rank and file (union or not) supposed to suffer any and ALL insults and injustices when you've got MANY top executives and CEOs being paid a king's ransom even when they don't perform and many times are central to the damage of a company.
If employees have to sacrifice then so too should the manglement....ESPECIALLY "the executive" management when there are financial hardships at that organization.
I sick to death of hearing about completely incompetent CEOs and other executive manglement raking in tens of millions even HUNDREDS of millions in perks and salaries when they not only don't tread water but when the company is failing miserably ....
That GEORGE CARLIN VIDEO IS SPOT ON!
What a crock
They fire these guys for wanting to talk to someone? They have an a so called open door policy??
A thought a strike is when they are outside refusing to work
Not in the morning when everyone is getting their stuff together, etc
I bet you countless times they have sat around waiting for work to be redistributed, etc
Cablevisin was just itching for an excuse....
Were the ones who were fired working an hourly job? If so, I cannot blame the company for wanting 60 minutes of work from them during each hour they're on the clock.
Now, if they were sitting there during their lunch break or some other designated break time, then we have a different story. But something leads me to believe that this wasn't the case.