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AIG proves Unions not the only problem

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by top gun, Mar 16, 2009.

  1. top gun

    top gun New Member

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    As I've said repeatedly when the anti labor folks come out screaming that every American business problem is because of some greedy Union.

    Well we all can plainly see the other side... the management side of greed run amuck with AIG! Multi-million dollar bonuses to the exact people up at the top that drove the company into the ditch.

    Not the Teamsters or AFLCIO or UAW... all big dogs and management folks!

    In tough times sure Unions have to negotiate in a way that the company can survive. And in a lot of cases we see this happening. But looking at the other side any reasonable person can see an all too obvious "the pot calling the kettle black" situation when management tries to blame all it's woes on some Union.

    It's time everybody before they bash hourly workers step back and looks at all the problems!


     
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    Agnapostate New Member

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    It is in particularly tumultuous periods that the typical crimes of the financial class become especially apparent, but the need for genuine worker participation remains throughout. Many of these problems would be eliminated if we were to establish worker control and democratic management of their respective workplaces.
     
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