September 29, 2011 at 12:34 pm in WDAZ
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) – The state AFL-CIO kicked off its North Dakota convention Thursday amidst controversy at American Crystal Sugar and pending change for the post office. Continue Reading
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“Somewhere you’ve got to make a stand for what’s right and move the issue in the correct way so all those Americans, union and non-union, can have a decent standard of living, can have health care, can send their children to school and retire with some dignity. That’s the goal we had 100 years ago in Grand Forks when the AFL was created here and that’s our goal 100 years later,” Froemke said.
They shouldn’t have rejected ACS contract they would have all that right now.
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Scole, We have a name for people such as yourself. People that are afraid to stand up for their rights. It’s too bad we union people are paving the way for you FREELOADERS and giving you a free ride as to your own benefits. Too dumb to figure it out?? Let me explain to you how it works. For example: ACSC has a union and which has negotiated a certain amount for wages,vacation, insurance etc. You benefit from this because your own employer in you city has to pay you comparable wages, vacation, insurance etc. to keep you from fleeing to ACSC. But it seems too many of you are too unintelligent to grasp this. You just don’t get it. If we lose our wages,benefits and insurance SO WILL YOU!!!
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livewire, we have a name for yourself too. Let me explain it like your are three year old, I will try to type slow for you. Ready? I own a business, you, and uneducated whiny simple-minds like yourself paved nothing for me. Now I am not making a blanket statement about ACS workers, just people like livewire how seems to think they are untitled to a job. You are correct ACS has a union, they negotiated a contract. The union rejected it, now they are out of work.
Not the union CEO’s, just the people that work and give part of there hard earned money to the union CEO’s so they can jet set all over the world.
Was that slow enough for you?
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