Union members who voted yes need to apologize to the laid off workers and the other employees who voted no, for a small raise. Good job guys. You ought to be proud of yourselves. Your trash.
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You’re not your. It’s just proper English.
Are you joking? Work they don't want to do? You get paid to do what is needed period. I was a 36 year employee in the union service shops. We didn't get to chose jobs we didn't want to do. we just did all jobs. Sorry, but 273 was a joke, I had the sad opportunity to work there a few times while these clowns thought they could do the work that we did in the shops and in the field . Only had 2 guys that stood up to the real life world of repair work. The rest were absolute pukes. My point is that there many good union workers out of 273. Give us the credit we deserve. Days, weeks, Months away from home 7 days a week 12 hours a day. No questions asked, no whining just do it!
you know how I know your an id--t. You actually think the votes were counted.
I hope that they lay more folks off and replace them with technology. Walking through 273 on any given day is like walking through a massive ‘special needs’ employment center. Most of the union members appear to be mongloids barely able to perform even the most basic function....
ENGINEER: Can you measure that part for me with this tape measure please?
301 MEMBER: Looks to be about....one big line and three little lines.
The last of the real talent retired five+ years ago...what’s left on the shop floor is the bottom of the barrel. Shut 273 down and put it out of its misery so that other parts of the facility can be improved.....wind is doing great!
Did u really think that this would of been a no vote? The hall pushed this hard for personal gains! To protect the pension and d rates at the expense of the t rate