sorry ,but National Labor Relations Board is the Union Boss
As a former grocery-store employee screwed-over by the UFCW, I approve this message.
I applaud Walmart for doing this. Even though the NLRB is basically the federal arm of union enforcement, even they must ddress this complaint. I’m hoping Walmart will force them to follow their (the NLRB) own rules.
I’d say advantage Wal-Mart. They have more power than almost any union as long as they can keep issues out of the WH.
I know of some Hostess employees who are looking for jobs....
As much as I dislike shopping on any day, if these thugs strike my local walmart I will be forced to shop there on Black Friday in solidarity with freedom loving people.
...everyone knows that it will soon happen, just like Twinkies. I don't think that the fury of the people who have lost their Twinkie jobs has been been unleashed yet. Maybe it will not, who knows in this day and time when a reprobate like Pres zer0 could be elected for a second go-round at "fundamentally changing America"...as if there were something wrong with it to begin with.
I agree that Wal-Mart complaining to the NLRB will achieve nothing, because the NLRB is a corrupt organization. However, Wal-Mart probably *has* to do this first, before it can sue in federal court.
And that is where the real action is, because Wal-Mart has long rejected legal settlements when it is sued, and has a brigade of very experienced and very successful lawyers who are probably thrilled with the idea of going after a “hard target” like the UFCW.
I’m starting to like Walmart again.
I hope they both lose.
The union? Obvious.
Walmart? Well, the company’s boss, a son of Sam Walton, gave $1,000,000 to a pro-Obama PAC during the campaign.
Screw ‘em both.
If they don’t like Walmart policies and the want to join a union...then QUIT your job at Walmarts and go join a Union.
America is turning retarded!
WALMART - 1( donations to Obama and 2) withdrawing advertising from Rush Limbaugh show....I am finding it hard to show them the support I would have a few years ago.
IMO walmart should just tell their employees anyone scheduled to work who doesn’t show up gets fired.
In the Oklahoma City area (and probably others), these protests will be backed up and organized by “occupiers”. I’ve already seen them gathering support on Facebook.
As a former grocery-store employee screwed-over by the UFCW, while working at Food Fair, in 1969 - 1970, I approve this message.
As a former General Dynamics - Pomona Division employee, 1980 - 1985, screwed-over by the INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MACHINITSTS (and aerospace workers) and , I approve this message.
As a former first-line union rep. for the ever-loved AFGE,and yes, they did it to me, too.
I approve this message.
I have almost no use for unions...the “almost” I am not even sure of.
Well now, let's see if the NLRB adheres to the law...
UFCW to be held accountable for any injury or property damage that may occur as a result of the actions led by the union, OUR Walmart or any of its other affiliates.
Hah...union thugs do any damage...their union pays for it
This is going to be very interesting...
Wal-Mart has very, very deep pockets...and not afraid to "go to the mattresses" in a fight...
The unions may have bitten off more than they can chew...
The OUR Walmart employees may be in for a surprise when day when certain stores simply do not open in the morning when they show up...