Skip to comments.Wisconsin SEIU's message: Nice job you got there, be a shame if you lost it
Posted on 02/20/2014 2:50:12 AM PST by Libloather
Nice job ya got there
So the union's leaders have come up with a backdoor way to force employees to fork over the dues money. It's a novel variation on the Living Wage/Minimum Wage campaign.
Here's how it works: Milwaukee County officials approved a living wage requirement for local government contractors to pay at least $11.33 per hour. SEIU's Wisconsin Jobs Now campaign was the main backer of the requirement.
But the new law includes a convenient way for contractors to avoid having to pay the living wage they can agree to force their employees to join SEIU.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Time to target and kick out the county officials who voted for the wage increase.
SEIU is the biggest pusher of Illegal Alien Amnesty...with their friends at the US Chamber of Commerce
It would be a pact with the devil. My uncle’s print shop joined the union to get city contracts. He had go go before a union disciplinary board because, when an employee screwed up a job and was reprimanded, he told my uncle, “If you can do it better, then you do it.” My uncle did it, and was in trouble because management was not allowed to operate their own presses.
“My uncle did it, and was in trouble because management was not allowed to operate their own presses.”
Alice in Wonderland.
Next on Walker’s agenda should be Wisconsin’s “Right To Work” state. He has been successful thus far in impeding union’s stronghold, now its time to put a knife through their heart or, as the muzzies might do, cut off the head of the snake.
Had plenty of commies come after me for not being a mindless union supporter. I wonder if showing them this little tidbit of info will do anything.
Milwaukee was a hell hole when I lived there in 1963. Another reason to never go back there.
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