Skip to comments.Wal Mart does it again
Posted on 11/28/2009 11:46:16 AM PST by mshoffner
Wal Mart does it again. The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled in favor of the chain store. In 2005, the store in Jonquiree, Quebec was closed because of the recent union certification of the stores employees. This, of course, led to various court runs by the displaced employees of the store. At the end of 2005, the Quebec Labor Board ordered Wal Mart to compensate the former employees. (http://wakeupwalmart.com/facts/) Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada has seen fit to rule 4-3 in favor of the company. As usual
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Must be SEIU Memebers yelling at Wal Mart. < /sarc
This is a damn blog!!!!!
I’m a former employee. Years ago. But I have seen, in the 4 states I’ve lived, the destruction to small business. I also am a former memeber of the Steel Workers Union. While working at my interview for Wal Mart, I was told plainly, not to try and unionize the workers. So, I have first hand knowledge of Wal Mart’s anti union stance.
No one can ever tell me - if Wal-mart is do damn evil, why do millions of people shop there everyday?
I don’t think they were exactly hiding it. They know how destructive unions are to business.
Horses patootie. I worked for Walgreens who supports the leftists, they did the same thing. We were told by people to never mention unionizing.
All a union would do is drive up prices so that no one will shop there.
Are you sure you belong on FR newbie?
If you think unions are so great move to Detroit.
This pro-union crap ain’t going to sell here.
My Wife has worked there for 9 years. No one wants to be unionized, but that doesn’t stop the damned unions from continually threatening to force them to join them.
As far as I’m concerned, if the employees don’t WANT a union, they should not be FORCED to join one. Period.
The unions are nothing more than mobs dressed in worker’s clothing.
That's too bad. Unions have a wonderful effect on business; just look at what the UAW did for Detroit's automotive industry.
Wal Mart just doesn't see...
Is this what we want for America?
I should have checked first, you post crap from your blog and don’t come back and support your assertions.
I will not give your blog a hit so I can only guess that it is all garbage.
Go away noobie and take your Odinga supporting commie crap with you.
But I have seen, in the 4 states Ive lived, the destruction to small business.Odd. Every Walmart I have ever known ends up INCREASING the number of small businesses in the area. How is that possible?
While working at my interview for Wal Mart, I was told plainly, not to try and unionize the workers.Work for me, get told the same thing. What is your point?
look at the chair in #11.
You're being too harsh. mshoffner is right to extole the wonders of unions. As I said before, look at the amazing growth of Detroit.
Walking through the city at noon on a business day is reminiscent of The Mary Celeste.
Do you think you could enjoy that experience when impertinent workers are allowed to think for themselves? I doubt it!
I should have checked first, you post crap from your blog and dont come back and support your assertions.Jim - is this the kind of liberal blog promotion that you want here?
You say that like it's a bad thing
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