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Can it be that when management shows “that it can’t play nice,” business suffers? Where’s the accountability for an unethical, untrustworthy management? There is more to life than pay raises for some, and an ill-defined stake in a company. I expect conservative writers to have higher standards and do some actual research to determine the real issues in their commentaries.
“Once again, big labor has shown that it can’t play nice.... The contract included pay raises and a 13.5 percent stake in the company, but that apparently was not enough.” Author disappoints me writing as the radical left does. Here’s an image that fits his talking points, so accepted statistics and quotes from management and pundits are appropriated to support the position that labor is bad for business. Unions can take a positive or negative roll in the life of a business. Which is it here? What has transpired over the last nine years to lead to this NO vote by a group of largely conservative pilots? Why would pilots, who own their own businesses and understand the need of a healthy company for job security, vote NO?
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