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Wait - Wuh?? Some Hostess Workers Feel 'Relief' at Losing Jobs ??????????
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[quote:Instant Karma:MV8yMDU1NTA4XzM0NTY0MTE1XzZEOUM4QzI4] [quote:Carshy McCarsh:MV8yMDU1NTA4XzM0NTY0MDI0XzMwNzQ4NTRB] [quote:Instant Karma:MV8yMDU1NTA4XzM0NTYzOTk3X0Q4OEYwRTBE] [quote:Phennommennonn:MV8yMDU1NTA4XzM0NTYxNTMxXzY4MTA3MjVE] [quote:Instant Karma:MV8yMDU1NTA4XzM0NTYxNDIwXzdDRTE5QkQ=] Typical corporation blaming labor for their mismanagement. Management takes the credit when the company does well, but never takes the blame when it doesn't. [/quote] costs go up annually. UIB premiums HC premiums payroll taxes et al etc.... 8pct pay cut is chump change compared to having NO JOB AT ALL you fuckin goober assed shill. whats 8% of say avg hostess worker hourly 16.81 wage. [b]do the math.[/b] [/quote] There's no reason a company selling $2B a year can't afford to pay its workers a decent wage and still make a profit. [/quote] :putin: You've never owned a business, you've never made payroll, and you never will. Prove me wrong. [/quote] If a company can't pay a decent wage with benefits and still make a profit, there's something wrong with their business model. Corporations have been blaming labor since the beginning of the industrial age. Look at China and see how typical corporations treat their labor when they are given the chance. Walmart is a classic example of a company that can afford to pay its workers much better and give them healthcare but rather take huge profits. [/quote]
Hostess employees in Nash County, North Carolina on Friday were relieved that they would lose their jobs because union workers would not agree to an 8-percent pay cut, which was approved by a bankruptcy judge, and end their strike, which crippled the company's factories across the United States.
link to www.breitbart.com
so they can all sit home, and qualify for
drum roll plz...........
unemployment & extensions if applicable (see respective state)
medicaid/medical (respective state)
free clinics (respective state if applicable)
the obama phone
link to www.safelinkwireless.com (secure)
the obama mtg assistance
link to www.governmentrefinanceassistance.com
link to stopthecap.com
food stamps (free food)
link to www.fns.usda.gov
section 8 housing (free rent)
link to www.housingvoucher.org
free clothing vouchers (via respective state)
free, tv, furniture, fixtures via local charity programs
oh and the holidays are coming - what about the FREE fucking christmas programs such as
toys for tots
other church charity programs
link to christmas-help-for-low-income-families.app-storm747-1.aidpage.com
what the fuck..?! theyre not "relieved" bc the "fightings over" - bc thats a buncha high pressure BULLSHIT.
unions suck the lifeforce out of businesses, then the workforce.
with all the fuckin money you pay in dues & that the unions have in the bank/investments - when you go on strike - you shouldnta had to go paycheckless - those cocksuckers shoulda been paying YOU to strike. THATS what you idiots shoulda "negotiated" when you allowed that union to organize your employer......
"fuck you - pay me"
its bad enough we have to carry illegals
and all those who've lost their jobs due to this mfr'd economic collapse
union whores now have to add to the burden of the already stressed american taxpaying tit.
enjoy your poverty fuck-holes
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