Discussion in 'Politics' started by OohPooPahDoo, Dec 11, 2012.
If someone doens't want a union job they should....
If someone doesn't want a union job they should.... not be forced to pay tribute to a union as a condition of employment.
So... take responsibility and seek employment elsewhere - or get the state to force businesses to provide jobs tailored to their liking?
No. Not be required to join a worker union at their employer of choice. It isn't complicated..
What's "free market" about forcing people to pay for services they don't want?
you left out quite a few choices.
alright.... how about this.
business A hires a person B. Person B is very happy with the new job... but is also informed its a "union shop" and if he wants to work...he has to join the union and pay dues?
the business hired him. Person B wants to work for them..... Why should the unions be allowed to force him to join and pay dues.... or not let him work.
the the business hires him... not the union.
If someone doesn't want a union job they should....be hired as a non-union employee and get a bonus for not engaging in extortion against the company that's giving them a job.
Could you imagine the hostility toward the non-union scab?
Talk about an HR nightmare...like throwing a pedophile into general.
you are free to seek employment elsewhere.. and the employer should be free to kick out a union to keep positions open for on-union employees, if the union tries to stiff arm employees into joining the union
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