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To: babyfreep

So will she still have a job tomorrow ? Cause if I was her boss I would fire her a$$ the second she walked out.


23 posted on 11/29/2012 10:41:55 PM PST by Newbomb Turk (Hey Newbomb, where's your brothers ElCamino ?)
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To: Newbomb Turk

Who knows? The article also says:

Under the National Labor Relations Act, workers are protected from retaliation as long as they work in concert with at least one other employee to try to change their working conditions. However, they can be “permanently replaced” if they strike for purely economic reasons, according to Ken Margolies, a senior associate at the Worker Institute at Cornell University.

So, she *can* be “permanently replaced”.


24 posted on 11/29/2012 10:45:12 PM PST by babyfreep
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To: Newbomb Turk

“Ken Margolies started working for the ILR Extension Division at Cornell Labor Programs in 1986 following a career in the labor movement working for the Service Employees Union, the Association of Flight Attendants and the Communications Workers of America. In the mid-1990’s he took a leave from Cornell to work for the Teamsters union.”

I knew that name sounded familiar. Big with SEIU.


31 posted on 11/29/2012 11:05:31 PM PST by Phosgood (Send in the Clowns...but Wait, they're here!! >..<)
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