Thread regarding Kraft Heinz layoffs

Champaign going union?

Anyone have information? Pros, cons?

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Post ID: @OP+Sf0kkMZ

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If you are paying your president of the union to sit in an office all day, that is a mistake. The president needs to actually work the floor like the rest of the employees do. That way they have skin in the game and everything directly affects them also. Works very well this way.

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Post ID: @vtrx+Sf0kkMZ

Avon N.Y. Plant is Union Still hasn't helped employees with job cuts. I FEEL THE UNION SHOULD BE ABLE TO TELL COMPANY TO CUT SOME WHIYE COLLARS FIRST.DO NOT UNIONISE IN MY OPINION IT'S NOT WORTH PAYING THE UNION DUES FOR THE COMPANY JUST TO DO WHAT EVER THEY WANT ANYWAY.

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Post ID: @numo+Sf0kkMZ

Will get my vote for sure. Bring on the union!

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Post ID: @cchy+Sf0kkMZ

Supervisor and upper management have to go by the contract. No favoritism. Over time and job bids are strictly by seniority. I love it!

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Post ID: @bymi+Sf0kkMZ

Fort Smith Arkansas plant needs one also

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Post ID: @bmyn+Sf0kkMZ

Pluses and minuses on unions depend on individual situations. It is more difficult for management to perform corrective actions on us. For employees with seniority it is much better as they have first dibs on all assignments and hours.

Is there an election scheduled at Champaign already? Or is the campaign just getting started?

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