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OPERATIONMINDCRIME Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-12-05 06:40 PM
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22. May I ask why I was just telling my honest experience, but am being
attacked? Didn't mean any harm in my post, I was just being honest about MY company. That's it. And believe me, any of you would probably agree 100% if you saw them. Put it this way, the average amount of pours any regular joe off the street could do on his first full day on the job is 80. Absolute minimum. Yet the average daily pour rate of our compounders is only around 50. Now I'm sorry, but to me that is just unacceptable.
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  -My attitude toward unions changed when I became politically aware LittleClarkie  Nov-12-05 06:12 PM   #0 
  - I think in concept unions are great  TallahasseeGrannie   Nov-12-05 06:15 PM   #1 
  - not trying to start anything, but that just isn't the case.  nosmokes   Nov-12-05 06:36 PM   #19 
  - I can see I am very much in the minority here in my opinion  TallahasseeGrannie   Nov-13-05 08:00 AM   #71 
  - You think unions are more corrupt than anything else in this country?  Sarah Ibarruri   Nov-12-05 06:42 PM   #24 
  - And they far less corrupt then corporations/big businesses  LiberalFighter   Nov-12-05 07:01 PM   #36 
  - That's not reality. That's corporate propaganda.  Touchdown   Nov-12-05 09:00 PM   #56 
  - Remember that even massive corruption in a union...  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 10:37 PM   #64 
  - Dupe/Delete  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 10:37 PM   #65 
  - Mega Super Dupe/Double Delete...Sorry  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 10:37 PM   #66 
  - The idea is sound  lildreamer316   Nov-12-05 06:15 PM   #2 
  - Collective bargining is the only way to go n/t  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 06:19 PM   #5 
  - My union represents artists, models and some dancers.  China_cat   Nov-12-05 06:44 PM   #28 
  - I've been a member of one union or another since 1978 and would not  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 06:16 PM   #3 
  - I have a good job, with a decent salary, health care, and retirement...  mike_c   Nov-12-05 06:17 PM   #4 
  - That is correct and nonunion workers can thank the unions for the  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 06:23 PM   #11 
  - Absolutely.  Zenlitened   Nov-12-05 06:26 PM   #16 
  - Exactly  senseandsensibility   Nov-12-05 06:52 PM   #32 
     - And none of them realize that if there is no union set the bars  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 07:01 PM   #35 
  - I agree  INdemo   Nov-12-05 06:38 PM   #20 
     - I've been a union member since 1980, and that is the one thing  spenbax   Nov-12-05 11:11 PM   #68 
        - Great Post!!!!!!  INdemo   Nov-13-05 07:16 AM   #70 
        - In all fairness to our sister union, our very own union didn't  spenbax   Nov-13-05 09:32 AM   #72 
        - I'm a Teamster freight driver.  CANDO   Nov-13-05 11:29 AM   #76 
  - Look at how much money  spindrifter   Nov-12-05 06:19 PM   #6 
  - Spindrifter  Upfront   Nov-12-05 06:21 PM   #8 
  - This is where I'm torn  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 06:19 PM   #7 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-12-05 06:25 PM   #14 
  - LOL wow were you off the mark  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 06:35 PM   #17 
  - Go ahead tell us what union and what company. n/t  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 06:54 PM   #33 
  - "We are a very fast paced company" Sorry, but WTF?  Touchdown   Nov-12-05 09:15 PM   #58 
     - I appreciate your opinion  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 10:27 PM   #61 
        - Unfortunately I can't relate to your industry.  Touchdown   Nov-13-05 11:09 AM   #74 
           - You sound like you work very hard, and have to deal with much frustration  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-13-05 11:24 AM   #75 
              - $30 smackers an hour? That's more than what I get!  Touchdown   Nov-13-05 11:49 AM   #77 
  - you got that straight  CountAllVotes   Nov-12-05 06:35 PM   #18 
     - May I ask why I was just telling my honest experience, but am being  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 06:40 PM   #22 
  - That IS a "REAL" union....  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 06:43 PM   #27 
  - Oh I agree, but let me clarify  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 06:49 PM   #30 
     - So EVERYONE in the office is tearing along,RIGHT???  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 07:00 PM   #34 
     - Oh God No. There are a ton of Lazy Ass's at my company  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 07:05 PM   #39 
        - are you positive they could double or triple output w/o  nosmokes   Nov-12-05 07:19 PM   #40 
        - Yes, I'm positive. Otherwise I wouldn't mind how they perform  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 07:31 PM   #42 
        - So you hold one of the jobs that YOU describe....  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 08:38 PM   #54 
     - How old is this regular joe off the street vs avg age of production wrkrs?  LiberalFighter   Nov-12-05 07:33 PM   #43 
        - Our work force is very diverse, age, race, height, weight, and otherwise.  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 07:53 PM   #49 
           - If it is that bad then the company would had been out of business by now  LiberalFighter   Nov-12-05 10:59 PM   #67 
  - maybe someday you'll get to join a union  Bill McBlueState   Nov-12-05 06:46 PM   #29 
  - Honestly? I started in this same union in the company. In all truth?  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 06:51 PM   #31 
  - I work in a Union shop.  justgamma   Nov-12-05 07:03 PM   #37 
  - Hi! Welcome to DU  Dyedinthewoolliberal   Nov-12-05 07:34 PM   #45 
     - Thanks for the welcome, and I hope to be around quite a while  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 07:48 PM   #47 
     - D'ya ever notice when then mention "Pride" in a job...  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 07:49 PM   #48 
        - Why such attitude towards me?  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 09:00 PM   #55 
           - Deleted message  Name removed   Nov-12-05 09:58 PM   #59 
              - Ughh.  OPERATIONMINDCRIME   Nov-12-05 10:17 PM   #60 
                 - Nope...  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 10:30 PM   #62 
  - Union - Yes  kevinmc   Nov-12-05 06:21 PM   #9 
  - I have a lot of hope for SEIU and also the Communication Workers'  patrice   Nov-12-05 06:22 PM   #10 
  - I am a union nurse and I wouldn't want to work without one.  kikiek   Nov-12-05 06:23 PM   #12 
  - Archie and Meathead  welshTerrier2   Nov-12-05 06:24 PM   #13 
  - The movie "Silkwood" impacted me about unions  proud patriot   Nov-12-05 06:26 PM   #15 
  - Hear hear! That movie was great! nt  Sarah Ibarruri   Nov-12-05 06:43 PM   #26 
     - Norma Rae is probably my favorite Union movie  LittleClarkie   Nov-12-05 08:05 PM   #51 
        - Dude???  catnhatnh   Nov-12-05 11:14 PM   #69 
  - Union supporter/member here.  brook   Nov-12-05 06:39 PM   #21 
  - Part of the problem with organizing  China_cat   Nov-12-05 06:41 PM   #23 
  - Proud union member here.  gizmo1979   Nov-12-05 06:42 PM   #25 
  - I live in the cradle of modern American industrial unionism...  MojoXN   Nov-12-05 07:04 PM   #38 
  - unions are good  Douglas Carpenter   Nov-12-05 07:24 PM   #41 
  - Union Yes!  degreesofgray   Nov-12-05 07:33 PM   #44 
  - My CBA  WolverineDG   Nov-12-05 07:35 PM   #46 
  - Our master contract is 335 pages long with all the supplements. n/t  Snotcicles   Nov-12-05 07:54 PM   #50 
     - Ours isn't that long  WolverineDG   Nov-12-05 09:02 PM   #57 
  - Hell yeah! The labor movement got us where we are now.  davsand   Nov-12-05 08:17 PM   #52 
  - Well, if there weren't unions, working class Americans  Cleita   Nov-12-05 08:24 PM   #53 
  - The goal of private business is to have slave labor  Sarah Ibarruri   Nov-12-05 10:34 PM   #63 
  - We need more of them with larger membership, and less union busters.  lonestarnot   Nov-13-05 09:38 AM   #73 
 

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