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2 hours ago.
by Stillhere
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"Union fat-cats...myth or reality?"

So...you think labor unions are run by cigar chomping "Union Fat Cats", who receive outrageous salaries and benefits, while living a life of luxury comparable to Saudi Arabian Princes, lording their unrestrained power over the entire United States of America... all on the backs of the union-enslaved workers they represent. Here's your chance to prove it.

 
 

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Stillhere

Greek, ***** to have money taken from your check to support socialism isn't it

Posted 4 days ago.

Stillhere

Greek I bet you were glad to get out of that environment

Posted 4 days ago.

Ohwiseone

I AM going to remind you of this every day for the rest of your pathetic life !!! Which is it dumba$s? Canada or the northeast !! Never was and never will be a shop steward !lololol!!!!

Posted 4 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Tiredofit your own words !

IAM Local Lodge 1726

Representing Airline Workers in the New England Region

To: All IAM Members In Good Standing

From: Local 1726 Officers/UAL Grievance Committee And when told this local was in Canada tiredbrain cited this one ! .

Posted 2 days ago. IAMAW Local Lodge 99 This is the first one cited !

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge 99

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Posted 2 days ago. Now which is it doofus ! Why don't you look up a local that's near by ???

Posted 92 days ago.

Posted 4 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Tiredofit These were your own words !

IAM Local Lodge 1726

Representing Airline Workers in the New England Region

To: All IAM Members In Good Standing

From: Local 1726 Officers/UAL Grievance Committee And when told this local was in Canada tiredbrain cited this one ! .

Posted 2 days ago. IAMAW Local Lodge 99 This is the first one cited !

International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge 99

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Posted 2 days ago. Now which is it doofus ! Why don't you look up a local that's near by ???

Posted 92 days ago.

Posted 4 days ago.

Ohwiseone

I believe the greek was in a union but the tiredbrain troll was caught in its lie and was proven to never to have been a union person !

Posted 4 days ago.

Ohwiseone

How utterly typical of the lying tiredbrain troll ! Caught in its lie it attempts its tactic of covering the inconvenient truth with repetitive bullsh^t posts ! Well liar , it isnt going away anytime soon !

Posted 4 days ago.

Stillhere

Greek remember, YOU WERE ONLY IN A UNION IF MUNSTER SAYS YOU WERE, so you might want to check to see if your past employment is valid in his world LOLOLO

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

Figrued they were not givimg MY money to the socialist DEMS although they really were.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

Nice thing about being a steward I basically didn't pay dues. The pay was almost exactly what I paid in dues so even though I did pay em, I got em back so to speak

Posted 5 days ago.

thegreek

That's exactly right !!

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

We kept our Trouble makers in check lololol. The other stewards were like me, not craphouse lawyers.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

So really the only opportunity to strike legally would be at contract time. Never happened.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

Under binding arbitration there is a not strike no lock out clause.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

Yep but they always have the trouble makers that they can rile up, not real thinkers lolool

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

I am thinking it was winter of 89 when I went to work and was forced to join the IAM.

Posted 5 days ago.

thegreek

You gotter. We worked overtime to fill the warehouse up with windows in the fall and went on strike every 4 years in December to Feb or first of March when the orders started coming in. Was worthless to strike, really.

Posted 5 days ago.

thegreek

Sorry. Winter of 1978. I started in 1977 and left in 1979. Wasn't there long enough to get off the first rung.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

I assume you were not under binding arbitration.

Posted 5 days ago.

Stillhere

Ahhh old tactic by companies, when the production needs are low they con the trouble makers into a strike. Don't have to pay em. and when orders pick up, give em a nickel an hour looolol

Posted 5 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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