Unions at work?
Started by nicknotnicked, 14th September 2018 07:42 in Talk & Chat

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    Any good?
    Story coming later but i'd like opinions about them, current stories of course...
    He offered, I accepted, he bottled and fled! He's a prick and a liar! Then he claims differently by moving the goal posts after the fact.

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    Depends on the union rep in my opinion. Iím going back a few years nick, but when I was a rep I had conversations with others and it seemed that where retail was concerned they were pretty powerless.

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    Depends on the union rep in my opinion. I’m going back a few years nick, but when I was a rep I had conversations with others and it seemed that where retail was concerned they were pretty powerless.
    I've been elected as Rep in a new venture, more later as I'm going to bed now due to working nights.
    He offered, I accepted, he bottled and fled! He's a prick and a liar! Then he claims differently by moving the goal posts after the fact.


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    I'm in favour of unions but the one I'm in (CWU) is shit. They aren't interested unless you're a postman, or you work for BT or O2. They've let me down multiple times now and I really need to kick them into touch.

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    Nalgo/Unison were rather useless in the NHS.

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    Nalgo/Unison were rather useless in the NHS.
    As the name suggests a union is only as good as its members.
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    Depends. If you get an idiot like reg as a steward you're stuffed.
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    Any good?
    Story coming later but i'd like opinions about them, current stories of course...
    You probably want a political party that supports unions, and is democratic

    How about this one - it's run by Biffa Bacon's mum:

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    Depends. If you get an idiot like reg as a steward you're stuffed.
    What the fuck would you know never having worked?

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    What the fuck would you know never having worked?
    Perhaps his nurse is in a union?

 


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